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November 22, 2005
CFP - 3rd International Conference on Knowledge Management
To be held in the magnificant baroque World Heritage Site of the University of Greenwich, on the Thames in London, 1-2 August 2006, the 3rd International Conference on Knowledge Management will bring together academics, researchers, developers, practitioners and users in the areas of knowledge management and information processing. It will serve as a platform for networking, exchange of research ideas, practical applications and best practices.
Authors are invited to submit original and unpublished work on all aspects of information and knowledge management. Specific topics of interest include but are not limited to the following:
- Social Network Analysis
- Developing the Knowledge Enterprise
- Stimulating Innovation and Creativity
- The Challenges of Complexity
- Tools &Technologies for Effective Knowledge Management
- The Reflective KM Practitioner
- Intangibles - their Management and Measurement
- Technologies for Knowledge Sharing
- Issues in Education and Training
- Case Studies on Collaboration and Knowledge Sharing
- Social and Psychological Dimensions
- Knowledge Discovery (data mining, intelligent agents etc.)
- Knowledge Organization (taxonomies, metadata etc.)
- Knowledge Issues around Ageing Workforces
- Knowledge Management in Design
Published proceedings drawn from full papers submitted by February 28, 2006 will be available at the conference. Presenters will have the opportunity to submit their papers for the Journal of Information and Knowledge Management.
For further details see http://www.ickm2006.org/
Posted by prolurkr at November 22, 2005 06:05 PM
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