Knowledge Management Competencies Development of Student in the 21st Century


Students in the 21st century should be developed to perform the necessary operations to be a great member in learning organization. Knowledge management is a core competency for workforce in every organization. This enables person in various functions to carried out their performance effectively. There are including knowledge storage publishing and sharing embedded  knowledge of organizational which are the explicit knowledge to lead the organisation to the sustainable development. This research aims to analyze and synthesis ideas about knowledge management competencies of students in the 21st century by document research and analyzed by content analysis from books, articles, documents, web sites and related research since year 1963-2013 total 140 items. The results showed that the elements of knowledge management are 1.People 2.Technologies 3. Knowledge management process  and 4. Leadership. The core competencies in the knowledge management of undergraduate students in the 21st century include nine competencies which are 1. Principles of knowledge management knowledge 2. Understanding of information technologies 3. Knowledge capture skills which existing in a person or document 4. Knowledge management skill within person or the system. 5. Interpersonal communication skills 6. Knowledge sharing skills 7. Problem solving skills. 8. Moral consciousness 9. Responsibilities to share knowledge.

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Benyapa Kongmalai, Chulalongkorn University, Thailand
Sornnet Areesophonpichet, Chulalongkorn University, Thailand
Ajchara Chiyuprathum, Chulalongkorn University, Thailand

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Conference: ACE2013
Stream: Education

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Kongmalai B., Areesophonpichet S., & Chiyuprathum A. (2014) Knowledge Management Competencies Development of Student in the 21st Century ISSN: 2186-5892 – The Asian Conference on Education 2013 – Official Conference Proceedings
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