Co-Author needed urgently to finish off a 14 chapters book On KM in global higher education institutions #books #call-for
I am looking for a co-author with an understanding of KM implementation in the higher education sector. The proposed topic for the chapter is - "Implementation or Infusing of Knowledge Management in Global Higher Education: A Case Study of Indian Education Sector or another country Australia, USA, China etc."
The topic could be amended to - Infusing KM in Global HEIs: A Case Study of ???? Education Sector - after a discussion and a glance at the rest of the chapters.
This requirement is urgent, I think the book would add value to the body of knowledge in HE. Let's have you on board. Your suggestions would also be highly appreciated.
Here is the link to the book still work in progress https://www.igi-global.com/book/knowledge-management-research-innovation-global/285539
I look forward to hearing from you
Dr Larry Jones-Esan
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<<Stage one is more resilient than stage four.>>
That’s a very interesting observation Dave.
Would this be better represented as an additive framework rather than a progression framework as in a traditional maturity model? i.e. All layers need to be in place for the knowledge ecosystem to function effectively? The balance of investment across the layers to be dependent on the contextual needs.
In terms of KM, why is HE different from any other organization/industry?
Having worked across many different business sectors and in many different functional verticals within them, including several R&D settings, I found that KM principles applied equally well across all of them. That's not to say there was ever a silver bullet. There wasn't - ever. There are commonalities across them all in so far as the solution space is bounded by the KM solutions that we found to work, to be applicable, to be relevant, to demonstrate efficacy against the business challenge that we identified with the client.
A long way of saying, you might expand the scope of your request and ask for co-authors who have something to say that is relevant to the topics and chapters in your book, regardless of which industry they learned them from.
Tom Short Consulting
Friends of the house of knowledge management, kindly click on the link above, it’s safe to do so, please share your precious time to peruse this book chapters and pass your comments privately to larry@... . Your comments and observation is highly appreciated. The authors will like you to share in the promotion of the content.
Looking forward to hearing from you all.
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In addition to the book mentioned by Patrick Lambe. I also found the following two books to be helpful from a practical standpoint in using the tools:
Hanneman, R. A., & Riddle, M. (2005). Introduction to Social Network Methods.
Networks with NodeXL.