Harvard Business Review on Knowledge Management

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Harvard Business School Press, 1998 - Business & Economics - 223 pages
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These eight articles highlight the leading-edge thinking and practical applications that are defining the field of knowledge management. The collection includes Peter Drucker's prophetic "The Coming of the New Organization" and Ikujiro Nonaka's "Knowledge-Creating Company".

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This collection of eight Harvard Business Review articles are written by leading business authors (including a contribution from management guru Peter Drucker), and together they present a solid introduction to and overview of the practice of knowledge management. Read full review

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This is an excellent book, for those that have the readiness to read it.
...reminds us all that an ever-growing body of knowledge exists, but that until we learn to manage, access and build in a
structured and usable way, knowledge can even be a unwieldy and not easily communicated.
As the concepts in collection are now not so new, it is time, again, the re-shift our paradigm.
We have lost this perspective, in the academic business community.
It's time to re-read.

About the author (1998)

Peter F. Drucker has been Clarke Professor of Social Science and Management at Claremont Graduate School in California since 1971.

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