Building a Knowledge-based Culture: Using Twenty-first Century Work and Decision-making Systems in Associations

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American Society of Association Executives,c, 1997 - Business & Economics - 205 pages

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Contents

Overview of the KnowledgeBased Operational Model
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Surfing the Wave
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Building Industry ForesightDeveloping Vision Mission Goals
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Copyright

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