Knowledge Management and Higher Education: A Critical Analysis

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Amy Scott Metcalfe
Information Science Pub., 2006 - Business & Economics - 352 pages
The combination of a techno-centric infrastructure, an electronically-driven business core, and the rise of computer-based instructional techniques creates a campus environment ripe for e-commerce trends.
While many books on the topic of knowledge management (KM) focus on functional issues relating to implementation of KM techniques, Knowledge Management in Higher Education: A Critical Analysis addresses the social aspects of KM that are largely ignored. Using various social science perspectives, Knowledge Management in Higher Education: A Critical Analysis provides critical analyses of KM in higher education, with an emphasis on unintended consequences and future implications.

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