Buying Knowledge: Effective Acquisition of External Knowledge
Technology acquisition, consultancy know-how, research data and services, marketing information, intellectual property ... the list of sources and types of knowledge that organizations need to acquire, share and manage is growing exponentially.The acquisition and management of knowledge as an end in itself is relatively new, but has grown in importance on most mangers' agendas over the past fifteen years and is something that many managers are still fundamentally ill-equipped to control effectively. Yet it is their ability to plan, source, evaluate, acquire and manage knowledge on which the success of their organizations increasingly depends
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