Communications of the Association for Information Systems


By combining knowledge management concepts with standard MBA course elements (technology, applications, systems development, and IT management), explicit and tacit knowledge can be created and diffused within the Management of Information Technology course designed for executive MBA students. The article, based on lessons learned over a ten-year period, discusses the course and presents a set of pedagogical principles. The paper includes a discussion of the appropriate role of technology in executive MBA courses and a detailed generic course syllabus.