Knowledge Management: An Integrated Approach, 2nd edition
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As the economy increasingly moves towards a knowledge based economy, the ability to manage knowledge becomes a matter of competitive survival. Many other books only address the subject only partially, from a human resource, information systems or practitioner perspective. This is the first textbook to bring together and integrate all these dimensions.
This engaging text offers a readable blend of theory and practice, making this the ideal resource for students studying knowledge management courses within business management, information science and computer science degrees at both undergraduate and postgraduate levels.
Table of contents
PART 1: The Nature of knowledge
1 Introduction to knowledge management
2 The nature of knowing
PART 2: Leveraging knowledge
3 Intellectual capital
4 Strategic management perspectives
PART 3: Creating knowledge
5 Organisational learning
6 The learning organisation
PART 4: Knowledge management tools and systems
7 Knowledge management tools: component technologies
8 Knowledge management systems
PART 5: Mobilising knowledge
9 Enabling knowledge contexts and networks
10 Implementing knowledge management
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Published by Pearson Canada (December 21st 2010) - Copyright © 2011