知識經濟時代中知識管理人才培育之探討

Translated title of the contribution: Educating Knowledge Management Professionals in the Era of Knowledge Economy

陳 雪華, 邱 子恆(Tzu-Heng Chiu), 范 中威(Jung-Wei Fan)

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Abstract

The Era of knowledge Economy has come, and ”knowledge” has become a key resource for enterprises. How to keep creating and utilizing new knowledge has become an important topic for modern business management. In the future, how to manage ”knowledge” efficiently and effectively will be a crucial issue. However, due to differences in training backgrounds, people may have different perspectives on knowledge management; and effectiveness of knowledge management may not be maximized due to lack of integration. Because of this, the Departments of Library and Information Science, Business Administration. Information Management, Computer Science and Information Engineering in National Taiwan University have worked together to propose a ”Knowledge Management Curriculum Program” with an aim to educate and to train all-round knowledge management professionals. This paper begins with the observation that knowledge management (KM) is the future in the 21st century, followed by the need to train cross-field KM professionals and channels for such training. Lastly, it takes ”KM Curriculum Program, NTU” as an example, to explain the ideas behind its education and training. Furthermore, by the sharing of our experiences, it is our hope to motivate other colleges and universities to draw up similar programs to train inure skillful KM professionals and to improve Taiwan's competitiveness in the business world.
Translated title of the contributionEducating Knowledge Management Professionals in the Era of Knowledge Economy
Original languageTraditional Chinese
Pages (from-to)1-18
Number of pages18
Journal圖書資訊學刊
Issue number15
Publication statusPublished - 2000

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