Knowledge management practices in Indian information technology companies

@article{Singh2010KnowledgeMP,
  title={Knowledge management practices in Indian information technology companies},
  author={Archana Singh and Ebrahim Khalifeh Soltani},
  journal={Total Quality Management \& Business Excellence},
  year={2010},
  volume={21},
  pages={145 - 157}
}
The present paper lays the foundations for the best practices in knowledge management and investigates the degree of awareness and implementation of KM principles and practices in Indian information technology (IT) companies. A purposive sample of 10 IT companies in North India was chosen for study and a survey was conducted with the objective of investigating the degree of awareness and implementation strategies of knowledge management. The present research work is based on secondary data… Expand
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