Knowledge Management Concepts for Training by Project
Source: Université Lumière Lyon 2
Project management education programmes are often proposed in higher education to give students competences in project planning (Gantt's chart), project organizing, human and technical resource management, quality control and also social competences (collaboration, communication), emotional ones (empathy, consideration of the other, humour, ethics), and organizational ones (leadership, political vision, and so on). This training is often given according to a training-by-project type of learning with case studies. This paper presents one course characterized by a pedagogical organization based upon Knowledge Management (KM) concepts: Knowledge transfer and construction throughout a learning circle and social interactions.