A recognized thought leader and author in Knowledge Management and Artificial Intelligence, Dr. Rhem is an active presenter at KM and AI conferences both domestic and international. Dr. Rhem has written several books and dozens of articles for trade journals in technology, management and law. Dr. Rhem’s books include: Co-author: Knowledge Management Matters, Sagology Feb 2018; Co-author: “Knowledge Management in Law Firms”, Globe Law and Business Dec 2016; “Knowledge Management in Practice” CRC Press (Taylor and Francis) July, 2016; and “UML for Developing Knowledge Management Systems” CRC Press (Taylor and Francis) Nov, 2005. Dr. Rhem recently was appointed to the Founding Editorial Board of AI & Ethics Journal published by Springer, and his blog The Knowledge Management Depot was recognized as a must read for CIO’s in 2015 by EditorEye.
As a professor and corporate Instructor, Dr Rhem has had the pleasure of training hundreds of personnel across many corporations, government and military agencies in the principles, practice and application of strategic management, software engineering, knowledge management information architecture and artificial intelligence. Dr. Rhem’s educational background includes: Walden University, Ph.D. Knowledge Management; Dartmouth University Tuck School of Business, Advance Executive Management Training; Clark Atlanta University, Executive Management Training; DePaul University, M.S. Computer Science (Concentration in Artificial Intelligence); Purdue University, B.S. Marketing (Additional Concentration in Computer Science).