The Knowledge Management Yearbook 2000-2001
James W. Cortada, John A. Woods
Butterworth-Heinemann, 2000 - Business & Economics - 561 pages
The Knowledge Management Yearbook is the most current and comprehensive resource available for knowledge management professionals; no other source of information so thoroughly surveys the state of the knowledge management discipline and industry and how they impact businesses and other organizations. Featuring both definitive articles and cutting-edge knowledge management techniques and research contributed by authorities, The Knowledge Management Yearbook covers the nature of knowledge and its management, knowledge-based strategies, knowledge management and organizational learning, and knowledge tools, techniques, and processes.
The reference section includes a set of up-to-date directories detailing on-line knowledge management resources, KM publications and organizations, and notable KM Quotes. The glossary of KM terms is increasingly perceived by the industry as a benchmark by which this evolving discipline is defined. The Knowledge Management Yearbook is an indispensable volume for any professional helping to shape his or her organization's knowledge strategy.
A one-stop resource to the field of knowledge management
Includes best practices and cutting-edge insight from leaders in the field
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For the very latest thought and ideas on KM, this yearbook gathers 40 articles, both theoretical and practical in focus, that discuss cutting-edge developments in the field. It includes a glossary and several useful directories of online resources and organizations. ... Read full review