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This book discloses that the author has a very good understanding of the functions and purpose of knowledge and its impact on organizations and people. Read morePublished 21 months ago by joshua frasier
This book quickly helped me to define my knowledge management approach as it has case studies, and skips the jargon. I recommend it to all starting with knowledge management.Published on February 7, 2009 by J. N. Sandrock
KM is about People, IT, Infraestructure and Metrics, I agree with Carla on that. KM is the key of today business.Published on February 11, 2007 by C. P. S
This book offers useful 'outside the box' reasons that knowledge management is needed and helpful. People generally think of knowledge management as being internally focused (i.e. Read morePublished on November 3, 2006 by Ben Lorence
KM was a vague and fuzzy terminology for me, before i read this book. We had a KM subject as a part of the IT management course in Graduation and this book was suggested as a... Read morePublished on July 19, 2006 by Raj Man
This book focuses on making the case for a knowledge management system. If you're already convinced and need specific, measurable steps, try a different book.Published on April 18, 2004
This book provides a terrific introduction to knowledge management and so much more. The authors have gone well beyond the theoretical treatment that most have provided on the... Read morePublished on May 12, 2003 by M. Schubert
This book is the best for understanding and applying KM in a company environment. It defines what you need and does not make you waste time with elaborated theories that are not... Read morePublished on February 28, 2003 by E. Fernandez