Knowledge Management: The Bibliography
Information Today, Inc., 2000 - Business & Economics - 181 pages
Here is the first comprehensive reference to the literature available for the individual interested in KM, featuring citations to over 1,500 published articles, 150+ Web sites, and more than 400 books. Organized by topic area, this is a natural companion volume to Knowledge Management for the Information Professional and an important tool for anyone charged with contributing to or managing an organization's intellectual assets.
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