Knowledge Management Strategies and Applications

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Knowledge Management Strategies and Applications

Publisher: InTech
ISBN-13: 9789535136187
Number of pages: 274

Knowledge Management Strategies and Applications focuses on the way organizations can create knowledge, share existing or new knowledge, and disseminate them among the stakeholders, most importantly among the employees, managers, customers, and suppliers. The selected topics are drawn from several fields of studies and give a multidisciplinary outlook. The book will be interesting not only for the researchers and students but also for the managers who want to improve knowledge sharing and innovation capabilities in their organizations.

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