Knowledge Management Research Paper by hicaliber

Knowledge Management
A paper assessing concepts contributing to effective knowledge management.
# 94966 | 2,708 words | 11 sources | MLA | 2005 | US

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The paper discusses how the need for active knowledge management in numerous companies is understood and accepted. The paper examines how often, in practice, this understanding is misconstrued to a false belief that sophisticated and expensive information technology (IT) suffices for good knowledge management. The paper further examines how success, deemed as a firm's ability to generate sustainable growth and profits, is determined not only by knowledge management but intricately linked to the humans who seek straight forward business solutions and constructively counter challenges.

Table of Contents:
Trial and Error
Taming an Unprofitable Mass
Knowledge Management Basis
Tackling Details
Moving Forward
On Demand Value
Hot Wash Recommended

Sample of Sources Used:

  • Amar, A. D. 2002, Managing Knowledge Workers: Unleashing Innovation and Productivity. Westport, CT: Quorum Books.
  • Bellinger, Gene. 2004, "Knowledge Management--Emerging Perspectives." Retrieved 4 August 2006 from:
  • Cilliers, P. 2005, Knowledge, Limits and Boundaries. Futures, 37(7), 605+.
  • Cowper, William. 1996, The Columbia World of Quotations. New York: Columbia University Press. Retrieved 05 August 2006 from:
  • "Deep Web diving." 2 August 2006, KM World. Retrieved 5 August 2006 from:

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