Knowledge Management and Organizational Learning: A Reader

Oxford University Press (2006)
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Key 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.



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