Managing organizational knowledge as a strategic asset

@article{Bollinger2001ManagingOK,
  title={Managing organizational knowledge as a strategic asset},
  author={Audrey S. Bollinger and Robert D. Smith},
  journal={J. Knowledge Management},
  year={2001},
  volume={5},
  pages={8-18}
}
Knowledge is a resource that is valuable to an organization's ability to innovate and compete. It exists within the individual employees, and also in a composite sense within the organization. According to the resourcebased view of the firm (RBV), strategic assets are the critical determinants of an organization's ability to maintain a sustainable competitive advantage. This paper will combine RBV theory with characteristics of knowledge to show that organizational knowledge is a strategic… CONTINUE READING
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