By Nilmini Wickramasinghe, Jatinder N. D. Gupta, Sushil K. Sharma
More and more, it seems that for lots of people and our businesses, our center competence focuses round understanding convinced issues and having the ability to use this data higher than others. specially with the entire exposure approximately outsourcing and offshoring to constructing international locations that experience many shrewdpermanent, informed humans prepared to accomplish expert projects at a lot reduce wages.
The authors are consequently right in announcing that many businesses are essentially knowledge-based, or no less than they need to be. it truly is for the latter businesses that the publication may perhaps end up extra priceless. that's, you think that your organization should still flow during this course, yet, for no matter what cause, that has now not effectively occurred. as a result, you might have considered trying to not less than think of this ebook. it may be utilized to an organization in any box. there's no restrict to a knowledge know-how context.
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Extra info for Creating Knowledge Based Organizations
Organizations are becoming more knowledge intensive in order to learn from past experiences and from others to reshape themselves and to change in order to survive and prosper (Brown & Duguid, 2000). New Web-based technologies have the capabilities to prepare organizations for knowledge management. 4 billion by 2004 (Duffy, 2000). While extensive literature exists to describe the developments in the knowledge management area, little work has been done on the assessment of IT for knowledge management.
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Creating Knowledge Based Organizations by Nilmini Wickramasinghe, Jatinder N. D. Gupta, Sushil K. Sharma