Faculty: Prof. Kazimierz Perechuda

Objectives

The course addresses the issues in writing doctoral thesis in strategic and knowledge management.

The main objective is to present to students contemporary state of research in knowledge management from the point of view of possible doctoral theses.

Course organization and administration

The course is organized in one, 10-hours-session that deal with main contemporary problems in the area of model and method of the knowledge management in the enterprise.

Required texts/readings

50% of the readings should be devoted to contemporary research in the field described in the doctoral course title

  1. Knowledge management
  2. Virtual organizations
  3. Self-warning company
  4. Intellectual capital management.

Course Requirements and evaluation:

  1. Adequate preparation for, attendance and participation in the session.
  2. Final exam

Course schedule (10 hours)

Lecture 1

Duration: 4 hours
Literature/readings:

  1. Nonaka I, Takeuchi H., The Knowledge-Creating Company, Oxford 1995
  2. Tiwana, A., The Knowledge Management Toolkit: Orchestrating IT, Strategy, and Knowledge Management Platforms, Prentice Hall, Upper Saddle River, NJ, original edition 1999 (copyright year 2000), 2nd edition 2002.
  3. Davenport T., Prusak L., Working Knowledge, Project Management Institute, 1997

Lecture 2

Duration: 2 hours
Literature/readings:

  1. Tiwana, A., Knowledge Management: E-business and Customer Relationship Management Applications, Prentice Hall, Upper Saddle River, NJ, 2001. Also published in French as Gestion des connaissances, Campus Press, Paris (2001),
  2. Davenport T., Prusak L., Working Knowledge, Project Management Institute, 1997

Lecture 3

Duration: 2 hours
Literature/readings:

  1. Tiwana, A., The Knowledge Management Toolkit: Orchestrating IT, Strategy, and Knowledge Management Platforms, Prentice Hall, Upper Saddle River, NJ, original edition 1999 (copyright year 2000), 2nd edition 2002.
  2. Davenport T., Prusak L., Working Knowledge, Project Management Institute, 1997

Lecture 4

Duration: 2 hours
Literature/readings:

  1. Tiwana, A., Knowledge Management: E-business and Customer Relationship Management Applications, Prentice Hall, Upper Saddle River, NJ, 2001. Also published in French as Gestion des connaissances, Campus Press, Paris (2001),
  2. Davenport T., Prusak L., Working Knowledge, Project Management Institute, 1997

Total: 10 hours

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