Case Studies in Knowledge Management

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Murray E. Jennex
Idea Group Pub., Jan 1, 2005 - Business & Economics - 372 pages
Case Studies in Knowledge Management provides rich, case-based lessons learned from several examples of actual applications of knowledge management in a variety of organizational and global settings. A variety of KM issues are explored, including issues associated with building a KMS, organizational culture and its effect on knowledge capture, sharing, re-use, strategy, and implementation of KM initiatives and a KMS. The benefit of focusing on case and action research is that this research provides an extensive and in-depth background and analysis on the subjects, providing readers with greater insight into the issues discussed.

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