KM - Knowledge Management in Computer and System Sciences


60 hp Computer and Systems Sciences (or equivalent).

Short description

The course will introduce methods, models and IT tools that can be used to find, gather, interpret, convert and represent, organise, store, spread and reuse knowledge in an organisation. The course will also discuss major issues in information and knowledge management and alternative solutions to address these issues.


This course can be taken on distance. The student should, after completing the course, know:

The student should, after completing the course, be able to:


Knowledge is an organisation’s most important and valuable asset. Organisations that can stimulate creative learning and that have an innovative climate have a competitive advantage.

This course is suitable if you want to work as a management consultant or a knowledge manager.

A large part of the course is based around turning theories into practice. All aprticipants will contribute to the course with some knowledge or experiences. Knowledge Management priciples will not only be taught in theory but also so some extent applied during the course.


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