SIGS | Knowledge and Learning

 

Knowledge and Learning

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Aim and Objectives

SIG Chair
Christine Rivers

 
 

SIG Chair
Efrosyni Konstantinou

The aim of the is to create a space where early career and senior researchers, academics and their students make a significant contribution to the field of Knowledge and Learning in the UK and internationally as well as for the practice and the classroom. Themes relevant to this SIG but not limited to are Knowledge Management, Knowledge transfer, Management Learning, Management Education deriving from the areas of organisational studies and learning, management science, philosophy, sociology, psychology, education, information technology. We encourage the debate between philosophical, methodological, theoretical and practical perspectives including an emphasis on recent knowledge and learning technologies in a diverse range of industries including education. Ideas and perspectives at international level are particularly welcome.

 

The objectives of the Knowledge and Learning Special Interest Group are to:

  • Enhance our understanding of knowledge in different types of organisations and learning spaces
  • Attract a community of leading scholars and practitioners in the Knowledge and Learning fields
  • Build links between different approaches and interpretations of knowledge and learning, including professional, academic, practitioner views, policy, and entrepreneurship alongside leading scholarly thought.

Committee Members

Current committee members, with contact details for at least one person prepared to receive enquiries:

Chairs

Track Chairs

  • Daniel Degischer
  • Alexander Kofinas
  • Svetlana Warhurst

Treasurer

  • Leonard Holmes

 

Knowledge and Learning SIG Virtual Issue

Virtual Issues of BAM Journals are a source of articles from the British Journal of Management and the International Journal of Management Reviews that focus on the intellectual domain of respective SIGs.

If you are preparing an article or thinking about reading lists for a particular course, the virtual issues may be a good place to start.

Knowledge and Learning SIG Virtual Issue

 

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