The KIM program will allow students to develop their critical and creative thinking through various types of learning and research activities, and will allow them to develop lifelong learning capabilities.
Knowledge management focuses on identifying knowledge and facilitating its retention, flow and use in an organization. A lot of organizations still struggle to know what they know, and most of their critical knowledge (intellectual assets) remains untapped in the heads of their employees, leading to a greater risk from personal asset abstraction. Facilitating and supporting knowledge sharing in an organization is one of the main goals of KM. In order to succeed, an emphasis on the four KM pillar — Leadership (People), Organization (Processes), Technology, and Learning — must be made.