Course Title: Knowledge Management (205)
Schedule of Offering: 2nd Trimester AY 2018-2019
Professor: Madeline B. Quiamco, PhD
Schedule of Classes: Friday, 1:00 pm – 4:00 pm
Development organizations are recognizing the need to leverage their most valuable asset knowledge to sustain and continually recreate themselves. Like corporations and businesses, development organizations need to explicitly and systematically manage the knowledge they have cumulated over the years to improve organizational performance and to stay competitive. The explicit and systematic management of vital knowledge and its associated processes of knowledge generation, representation, storage, access, and transfer is knowledge management (KM).