Knowledge Management: Are We Missing Something?

@inproceedings{Hildreth2005KnowledgeMA,
  title={Knowledge Management: Are We Missing Something?},
  author={Paul M. Hildreth and Peter C. Wright and Chris Kimble},
  year={2005}
}
As commercial organisations face up to modern pressures to downsize and outsource they have begun to realise that they have lost knowledge as people leave and take with them what they know. This knowledge is increasingly being recognised as an important resource and organisations are now taking steps to manage it. In addition, as the pressures for globalisation increase, collaboration and co-operation is becoming more distributed and international. Knowledge sharing in a distributed… CONTINUE READING

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