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Career Development in Knowledge Management (SIG-KM)
Monday, 01/Nov/2021:
4:00pm - 5:30pm

Location: Salon J, Lobby Level, Marriott

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ID: 128 / [Single Presentation of ID 128]: 1
90 minutes
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Topics: Library and Information Science
Keywords: workforce, networking, knowledge management, faculty mentoring, peer mentoring

Career Development in Knowledge Management (SIG-KM)

Jeff Allen1, Lu An2, Darra Hofman3, Md. Anwarul Islam4, Heather Pfeiffer5

1University of North Texas, USA; 2Wuhan University, People's Republic of China; 3San Jose State University, USA; 4University of Dhaka, Bangladesh; 5New Mexico State University, USA

This is a SIG-KM sponsored panel presented by members of the SIG-KM officer team. First, the panel will overview their experience in knowledge management (KM) as scholars and scholar-practitioners. They will briefly discuss their career development successes and hurdles as a roadmap for others to follow. Second, the panel will discuss career pathways for KM scholars and scholar-practitioners in a global knowledge economy. Finally, they will hold an open discussion with audience members to share their experiences, expectations and hopes for the KM and the broader field of information science.