This book explicitly explains how stringent strategies and practices emphasized under knowledge management can help streamline activities of the organization and conserve its resources. Divided into ten chapters the book elaborates on the concepts, ...
theories and principles governing knowledge management. Beginning with history and evolution of knowledge, its growth and impact on the society, it further explains the role of knowledge management towards Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR). The chapters on Managing Competitiveness and Managing Knowledge Force discuss how innovative business strategies can help in achieving new landmarks and how the employees of an organization can turn into a knowledge force to churn out profit and to achieve success. Two important aspects of knowledge management, namely, Certainty Management and Uncertainty Control are also discussed to explain how an organization can flourish by predicting and controlling the uncertainties and managing the obvious situations. The highlight of this book is the inclusion of well-analyzed live cases. All the cases demonstrate how seemingly impossible tasks can be successfully managed with an efficient handling of knowledge management principles and practices. Primarily intended for the students of Management, this book can also prove beneficial to the practising managers.
Number of pages: 740
Date of publication: 01/01/2011
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