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Survey on ethics in knowledge management

Dear colleagues and friends in knowledge management (KM) and information management (IM)! I have been doing some work on ethical aspects of KM, and I want to understand how practitioners see their KM/IM roles, especially in relation to:

  • knowledge exploitation
  • our sphere of influence
  • ethical principles or codes of practice.

I have posted a fairly substantial survey (estimated 25 minutes) with some statements that are intended to provoke reflection. I would very much appreciate your responses – anyone who wants to receive the report, please leave your email contact in the survey (your responses will be anonymous).

Please also share the survey link https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/BVYN2ZZ across your own networks! Many thanks in advance.

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Patrick Lambe

A globally recognised knowledge management (KM) practitioner, Patrick was originally trained in Information and Library Science. He arrived in KM via a second career in training and development, and has been based in Singapore for 26 years. Patrick is the author of Organising Knowledge: Taxonomies, Knowledge and Organisation Effectiveness (Oxford: Chandos 2007), co-author with Nick Milton of The Knowledge Manager's Handbook (London: Kogan Page 2016), Visiting Professor in the KIM PhD programme at Bangkok University, President of the International Society for Knowledge Organization Singapore Chapter and a member of the editorial advisory board of the Journal of Knowledge Management, Knowledge Management For Development Journal, and Journal of Entrepreneurship, Management and Innovation. His 2011 paper on the history of knowledge management "The Unacknowledged Parentage of Knowledge Management" won a Highly Commended Award in the Emerald Literati Network Awards for Excellence 2012.

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