The educational objectives
The goal of this subject is to acquire theoretical and practical knowledge related to the process of knowledge management as an important intellectual resource of an organization, which follows the paradigm of modern business.
Students will acquire the necessary theoretical knowledge in the field of knowledge management. Also, students are trained to apply practical methods and techniques in the field of knowledge management.
Theoretical classes include: theoretical and practical knowledge for accessing management.
Practical teaching: includes the preparation, development and defending a seminar work in the areas covered by theoretical classes.
Study program: Engineering Management – master academic studies
Sajfert Zvonko, Full time professor
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