Modelling personal knowledge management

  title={Modelling personal knowledge management},
  author={Jo Smedley},
  journal={OR Insight},
  • J. Smedley
  • Published 26 October 2009
  • Business
  • OR Insight
The management of knowledge demonstrates a substantial amount of literature focused at organisational level with the management of people and the development of their skills and knowledge often determining success or failure. However, with increased pace and the use of more informal approaches in workplace communication through modern technologies, success is often determined by the individual knowledge management (KM) of the employees themselves indirectly providing organisational benefits… 
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