Knowledge Management in Business Term Paper by cee-cee

This paper discusses the advantages of knowledge management within the field of business.
# 108064 | 2,753 words | 11 sources | APA | 2008 | US

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In this article, the writer examines how knowledge management benefits businesses and the business community. The writer first defines knowledge management and looks at its role in business. The writer then discusses how organizational know-how is measured and looks at how knowledge management works as a two-way strategy. Next, the writer looks at the requirements of knowledge management and the role played by business intelligence in knowledge management. Further, the writer looks at the differences between organizations' actual and perceived success in knowledge management. Lastly, the writer discusses the function of special custodians.

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Sample of Sources Used:

  • Choi, Y. S., et al. (2005). Comparative Study of Knowledge Management Success. 6 pages. Journal of the Academy of Business and Economics. International Academy of Business and Economics
  • ------------------ (2004). Knowledge Management Supportive Human Resource Environment.
  • Craig, R. (2000). KM Comes of Age - Knowledge Management Technology Information. 2 pages. ENT: Boucher Communications, Inc.
  • Fahey, L., et al (2001). Linking E-Business and Operating Processes: the Role of Knowledge Management. 23 pages. IBM Systems Journal: IBM Systems
  • Overman, S. (2003). Human Contact Critical to Knowledge Management. 2 pages. HR Magazine: Society for Human Resource Management

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