Knowledge Management in an Information-Resilient Society
Proceedings of the Association for Information Science and Technology
The speed of change is increasing at a dynamic pace particularly in the field of information science. While the speed of change is not a variable that can be manipulated, we can begin to harness knowledge management processes and theories to better embrace change and build an information-resilient society to recover from the damage caused by public crises. The panelists discuss the challenges that the society is facing during a public crisis and the KM needs in the crisis scenarios. Then interact with the audiences to share their thoughts and explore possible knowledge management strategies in an information-resilient society.
information needs, information-resilient society, Knowledge management, public crisis, strategy
Lu An, Jeff Allen, Darra Hofman, Darin Freeburg, Md Anwarul Islam, and Malak Khader. "Knowledge Management in an Information-Resilient Society" Proceedings of the Association for Information Science and Technology (2022): 539-543. https://doi.org/10.1002/pra2.621