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Rise of the Knowledge Worker
From the Publisher: This collection of essays is designed to give the reader a historical perspective on the fastest growing sector of the workforce: knowledge workers. The articles tell howExpand
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The Digital Hand: How Computers Changed the Work of American Manufacturing, Transportation, and Retail Industries
In The Digital Hand, James W. Cortada combines detailed analysis with narrative history to provide a broad overview of computing's role in sixteen industries, accounting for nearly half of the U.S.Expand
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Knowledge management yearbook
Part One - The Nature of Knowledge and its Management Part Two - Knowledge-Based Strategies Part Three - Knowledge Management and Organization Learning Part Four - Knowledge Tools, Techniques and Processes Part Five - Knowledge Reference Materials. Expand
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Where Did Knowledge Workers Come From
Today, management throughout the industrialized world has become wary of new management concepts, calling new ideas “fads” and wondering where it will all end. Into this stew of suspicion many areExpand
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Best Practices in Information Technology: How Corporations Get the Most Value from Exploiting Their Digital Investments
Why best practices, the shortcut to productivity and results the value if aligning I/T with business strategies receiving value from computers and the high priests of technology best practicesExpand
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Before the Computer
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The Digital Hand, Vol 3
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The Knowledge Management Yearbook 2000-2001
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