The Knowledge Management Yearbook 2000-2001

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James W. Cortada, John A. Woods
Butterworth-Heinemann, 2000 - Business & Economics - 561 pages
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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.

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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

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About the author (2000)

James W. Cortada is the author of a dozen books on Spain, including "Spain in the Nineteenth-Century World: Essays on Spanish Diplomacy, 1789 1898", and two previous publications on the Spanish Civil War. He is also the author of dozens of articles on modern European and Spanish history. He lives in Madison, Wisconsin.

Woods is president of CWL Publishing Enterprises, a firm that specializes in the development of business publications.

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