Oxford University Press (2006)
AbstractKey readings on knowledge management for graduate students and MBAs, this volume focuses on what is happening in practice. It includes seminal contributison from leading authorities and practitioners, providing a compelling picture of how knowledge and learning work in practice by including detailed examples from organizations such as Chevron, Nucor Steel, Partners Healthcare, and Xerox.
Knowing What we Know: Supporting Knowledge Creation and Sharing in Social Networks.Rob Cross, Andrew Parker, Laurence Prusak & Stephen P. Borgatti
Knowledge Management's Social Dimension: Lessons from Nucor Steel.Anil K. Gupta & Vijay Govindarajan
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