offers distance learning classes for management training


Knowledge Management Training in Strategy, Methodology, and Knowledge Leadership


KMCI was founded in 1997 as an international professional association of Knowledge Management practitioners. What attracted most of its initial founders and early members, in particular, were its plans to develop a compelling new school of KM practice inspired by complexity theory. This was uncharted territory in KM at the time. KMCI’s conceptual orientation later expanded to include organizational learning theory, systems thinking in general, and more recently, epistemology.

KMCI’s work eventually led to the development of a rich set of conceptual frameworks now known collectively as The New Knowledge Management (TNKM). The content and application of TNKM theory and practice is now taught by KMCI professionals to KM practitioners around the world, in what we believe is the most advanced KM course of its type in Knowledge Management: The Certificate Workshop in Knowledge and Innovation Management (CKIM).

In 2002, KMCI discontinued its membership programs so that it could devote more of its resources to the development of TNKM theory and practice. By then, KMCI had become a leading think tank in the field, and all of its resources were required to serve that end of its mission, including its training programs. Out of this redistribution of resources came some of KMCI’s most important contributions to KM. These included its guidelines for achieving Sustainable Innovation, how to improve performance and lower risk by creating Open Enterprises, and its all-important methodological contribution, K-STREAM™.

read more




Windsor VT
United States 05089



Additional Information

Related Domains

External Links

Retrieved from ""