A Leader's Guide to Knowledge Management: Drawing on the Past to Enhance Future Performance
This book is your guide to ensuring future generations know what you know and can apply it in their time. This book is your guide to knowledge management for the future leaders of your organization. In other words, it ensures that they will know what you know and be able to apply your experiences to similar encounters in their time.
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