(LO1) Students will demonstrate an in-depth understanding of the role, value and function of knowledge management theory and the concept of a learning organisation;
(LO2) Students will demonstrate an understanding of the underlying theories supporting knowledge management and how this is manifested within organisations across different sectors;
(LO3) Students will demonstrate criticality and a depth of analysis across the multiple aspects of knowledge management within a learning organisation;
(LO4) Students will understand the criteria for an organisation to be regarded as an effective learning organisation;
(LO5) Students will demonstrate an ability to critically analyse case studies covering knowledge management in organisations in different sectors in a global market;
(LO6) Students will learn to work and understand the limitations of operating with complex processes and the challenge of designing iterative procedures in a learning organisation.
(S1) Self motivation. Developed through individual research of theory and case studies.
(S2) Organisational skills. Developed through preparation of research material.
(S3) Critical analysis. Developed in lectures.
(S4) International awareness. Developed through analysis and understanding of international case studies throughout the module.
(S5) Commercial awareness. Developed through analysis of case studies throughout the module.
(S6) IT skills. Developed through researching library databases for company information, WP, using AV equipment.
(S7) Problem solving skills. Students will develop the ability to understand complex issues.
(S8) Lifelong learning skills. Students will develop research skills; ability to research organisations; find, organise and analyse relevant information; apply theory to real-life situations.
(S9) Ethical awareness. Developed through understanding case studies from a wide range of sectors.
(S10) Communication skills. Developed through report writing.