In line with the service offering of Knowledge.City, Vienna, Austria, our services include the following:
- Education & Training
The Knowledge Management Institute, a project of Knowledge.Hub, provides a growing number of educational and training services including certification courses, open and in-house training as well as online webinars focused on the knowledge challenges in various sectors. The Certified Knowledge Management Course is a flagship programme offered in all Knowledge.cities.
- Advisory & Consulting
Developing tailored knowledge strategies and implementing Knowledge Management in organisations require experience in analysisng, conceptualizing and implementing. Knowledge.Hub builds on over 20 years of experience of its promoters and advises companies, cities, and countries on the way towards a knowledge-based organisation and society.
- Research & Innovation
Knowledge societies differ significantly from industrial societies. Knowledge.Hub and its partners research and innovate topics related to knowledge-based development and knowledge management to find better solutions for our challenges and be more effective in our knowledge work.
- Knowledge Partnerships
Knowledge is not given to anybody alone. It is based on social collaboration and a strong knowledge ecosystem full of linkages and inter-dependencies among its stakeholders. Knowledge. Hub facilitates the dialogue and mutual learning in local knowledge partnerships. Outstanding achievements are recognized with the KM Awards.
- Business Development
Building on international network of expert organisations, Knowledge.Hub facilitates the transfer of technology and knowledge services to address urgent knowledge needs. It acts as the incubator and business development agent for the establishment of new companies and institutions.
Our plan for the next stage is to set up Knowledge Management Institute for Capacity Building, Research and Innovation. It will be an institution with wide global network. This is of paramount importance as the future will be more and more knowledge driven, with extensive demand for Knowledge, Innovation, Technology and Learning.
Nigeria with a population of over 200 million with youths making about 70% provides fertile ground for knowledge services. In addition, gender issues provide viable opportunities for knowledge services.