What is knowledge management and how do digital technologies support it?
What we will cover
If you’ve watched A Beautiful Mind, you probably know about the celebrated mathematician/economist John Nash. You might’ve even heard about the “Nash equilibrium” of a “game.” The idea of a Nash equilibrium is, in fact, central to research in various fields, including economics (for example, in understanding how firms compete), operations management (for example, in understanding how customers choose between queues), and politics (for example, in understanding negotiations). In this session, using some in-class strategic games, you will be introduced to some of the foundational ideas that shape how to formalise a game and find its equilibrium
|Type of event||Date and Time|
|In-person||Friday 27 November at 11:00 - 12:30|
|In-person||Friday 27 November at 13:00 - 14:30|
|Online||Friday 27 November at 15:00 - 16:30|
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