Knowledge management in the public sector: stakeholder partnerships in the public policy development

@article{Riege2006KnowledgeMI,
  title={Knowledge management in the public sector: stakeholder partnerships in the public policy development},
  author={Andreas Riege and Nicholas Lindsay},
  journal={J. Knowl. Manag.},
  year={2006},
  volume={10},
  pages={24-39}
}
Purpose – How knowledge management theories and frameworks are applied in the public sector is not well understood due to little evidence being published in the literature. This paper aims to identify core issues and challenges that governments face in delivering effective public policy, particularly challenges presented by increasing community expectations, and to highlight the importance of developing public policy via knowledge‐based partnerships with its stakeholders.Design/methodology… 

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