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RES 606 Research Design and Planning (BM&PM): Reading list

RES 606 Research Design and Planning (BM&PM) 


Department: PhD in Project Management & PhD in Business Management
Module Description: The aim of this module is to teach the principles and technologies of knowledge management in the context of projectised organisations. A case study approach, as and where appropriate, will be adopted in introducing the course contents. The module covers the fundamental concepts in the study of knowledge and its creation, representation, dissemination, use and re-use, and management. The focus is on methods, techniques, and tools for computer support of knowledge management, knowledge acquisition and knowledge sharing in projectised organisations.

Module text(s)

In addition to utilising research methods books used in RM1 and RM2, all students should consult in depth at least 3 of the following core textbooks:

 

Indicative key readings

Recommended readings

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