Prof. Dr. Constantin BratianuProf. Dr. Constantin Bratianu is professor of Strategic Management and Knowledge Management at the Faculty of Business Administration, Bucharest University of Economic Studies, Romania. He is Director of the Research Centre for Intellectual Capital, same university. He obtained his Ph.D at Georgia Institute of Technology, Atlanta, Georgia, USA. He is a member of the American Academy of Management, USA, and International Association of Knowledge Management. He has been Visiting Professor at universities in USA, Japan, Austria and Egypt. He is a member of the Scientific Committee of the European Conference of Knowledge Management. He published over 30 books, and over 200 papers in international journals and international conference proceedings. His main academic interests are: knowledge dynamics, knowledge management, intellectual capital, and strategic management.

In Prof. Bratianu’s course (21st-25th September 2015) the students can learn about the theory and practice of knowledge management and relating approaches including:

Knowledge economy. Knowledge management. Understanding knowledge by using metaphors. Explicit and tacit knowledge. Nonaka’s model for knowledge dynamics. The multifield model for knowledge dynamics. Emotional knowledge. Spiritual knowledge. Knowledge creation and acquisition. Knowledge sharing. Organizational learning and learning organization. Intellectual capital.

The textbook for the course is: Bratianu, C. (2015). Organizational Knowledge Dynamics: Managing Knowledge Creation, Acquisition, Sharing, and Transformation. Hershey, PA: IGI Global. ISBN: 978-1-4666-8318-1

This course invites bachelor and master students of the Faculty of Business and Economics and ERASMUS students of University of Pannonia.

The Knowledge Management [Tudásmenedzsment in the Neptun] (VEGTVESV44T) is free of charge for the students and 6 credits can be obtained.

In case of any question please feel free to contact Dr. Anikó Csepregi (; building A, 1st floor, office A129c) at the Department of Management, Faculty of Business and Economics.