Information Systems D: Knowledge Management
Syllabus, Master's level, 2IS054
This course has been discontinued.
- Education cycle
- Second cycle
- Main field(s) of study and in-depth level
- Information Systems A1N
- Grading system
- Fail (U), Pass (G), Pass with distinction (VG)
- Finalised by
- The Department Board, 12 January 2017
- Responsible department
- Department of Informatics and Media
90 credits in information systems or equivalent
Knowledge and understanding
• explain the concept of knowledge and different views of knowledge
• describe different methods and techniques for managing knowledge
• describe different types of knowledge support systems
• describe the architecture and development of knowledge systems.
Skills and capacities
• model knowledge as decision rules
• implement a meta-interpreter of a knowledge base
• carry through a group project; define the purpose of a knowledge system, knowledge acquisition, organisation of knowledge, implementing a knowledge system, test, document and evaluate the system
• discuss the consequences for an organisation when methods and techniques for knowledge management are implemented
• compose and present research relevant to decision support systems
Evaluative capacity and approach
• evaluate incentives for organisations to work with knowledge management
• show awareness of how different types of knowledge systems can change the work within organisations
• evaluate methods and techniques for explicit knowledge management
• be able to evaluate project works, one’s own and others
• be able to evaluate and critically review relevant research.
Life cycles for knowledge management systems
Knowledge transfer and sharing
Knowledge intensive organisations and innovations
Lectures, lessons, practical computer exercises, supervising, and seminars.
Examination, assignments and attendance at lectures, and seminars. As grades on the course, one of the expressions passed with distinction, passed and failed is used.