Professional Qualifications

KM Certified Professional Qualifications


The certificant has a broad education about knowledge management (KM), knowledge environment engineering (KEE), and economics-based KM, can manage a project consisting of other knowledge professionals, and has demonstrated the ability to measure the effectiveness of the initiative to the strategic and financial goals of the organization.

eKC Level 1 & 2 KM PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT PROGRAM

This program focuses on Strategic and Operational Planning, Project/Program Management and Estimation, Team Planning and Selection, Economic Analysis, etc.  In short, the focus is on general management issues needed to successfully manage a KM program. The program prepares the practitioner to analyze and engineer spatial, functional, technological, cultural, social, and communication mechanisms within a knowledge and innovation environment to increase the quality, flow, and availability of knowledge and accelerate the rate of innovation. This person is qualified to engineer most knowledge environments to increase the rate of innovation, i.e., medical research, pharmaceutical, chemical, food labs, insurance, health care, scientific, software development, and other environments. Training includes the process of meta-innovation to accelerate the innovation process.

The Professional development program also includes instruction on the techniques and instruments needed to conduct knowledge econometric analysis and design interventions for human knowledge production systems to lower costs, improve efficiency, and increase productivity (Knowledge Economics). Program education and instruments are based on the works of generations of knowledge economists such as Francis Bacon, Schumpeter, Hayek, Solow, Boulding, Arrow, Mansfield, Nelson, Winters, von Hippel, Rosenburg, Romer, Stiglitz, and many others.

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