Knowledge Management Practices and Challenges in International Networked NGOs : The Case of One World International

  title={Knowledge Management Practices and Challenges in International Networked NGOs : The Case of One World International},
  author={J. G. Smith and Patricia Mweene Lumba},
This paper is based on the outcomes of a study that explored the knowledge management practices and challenges in an international NGO network. The investigation constituted comparative case studies of two centres (one in Zambia and the other in the Netherlands) belonging to a single international network. An empirically grounded framework of knowledge management practices based on the taxonomy proposed by Holsapple and Joshi was utilised as the reference framework for the study. The framework… CONTINUE READING

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