Course: KM 698. Graduate Project (3)
In this course, students create a major independent assignment or research project that demonstrates an advanced understanding of the knowledge management best practices relevant to their particular professional setting, including the historical, social, and political factors that inform and shape those practices. By offering a structured learning environment in which students can tailor their project to their own objectives and needs, students in this course will be able to address an individual developmental objective; apply the skills acquired over the course of the Knowledge Management program; integrate those skills with their own professional experience; and position their unique knowledge management capabilities in a real‑world context. As students progress through their research project, class discussions will center on areas of concern not yet governed by current knowledge management theory and best practice, with a view to advancing the field toward epistemic justice and socially responsible knowledge management strategies.