The KMO "International Knowledge Management in Organizations Conference" & LTEC "International Workshop on Learning Technology for Education Challenges" bring together researchers and developers to discuss and explore knowledge management in organizations. A wide range of research topics was discussed: Knowledge Management in general, Social and Organizational Aspects, Innovation Management, Innovation, Evaluation and Services, Big Data & Cloud Computing, Internet of Things.
The annual international conference was postponed to July 2021 due to the coronavirus pandemic and was co-located in a hybrid format for 2020 and 2021. The organizer was the National University of Kaohsiung, Taiwan. The Management, Communication & IT teaching team around Teresa Spieß, Reinhard Bernsteiner, Thomas Dilger, Christian Ploder, Stephan Schlögl and Matthias Janetschek presented their latest research results:
The MCiT teaching team was actively supported by our MCiT Bachelor and Master students as well as alumni:
Interdepartmental or interuniversity contributors to the publications were:
MCI Professor Dr. Stephan Schlögl is delighted with the latest publications: "Our success at international conferences speaks for the quality of the scientific work done by MCiT students and faculty. But I am particularly pleased that we are constantly succeeding in cooperating on research projects with other MCI departments as well as with our international partners, such as the University of Nebraska - Omaha in the given case."