Knowledge Management is concerned with all aspects of knowledge within all types of organizations, including knowledge creation, documentation, codification, sharing, and how these activities promote innovation, learning, effectiveness, and profitability. As an activity Knowledge Management encompasses techniques, technology, and organizational change. Knowledge Management is increasingly becoming a concern for local, state, and national governments, and international organizations seeking to support economic and social welfare in the Information Age. The Special Interest Group for Knowledge Management will facilitate members’ exploration of Knowledge Management for practical, educational, and scholarly purposes and will seek to collaborate with other SIGs and other organizations.

2015 – 2016 Officers
Tricia Bradshaw, Chair
Darin Freeburg, Chair-Elect
Gail Thronburg, Secretary
Kanti Srikataiah, Treasurer
Sara Mooney, Communications
Denise Bedford, Past Chair

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