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The Business Value of Knowledge Management

@inproceedings{Ryan2012TheBV,
  title={The Business Value of Knowledge Management},
  author={Sherry D. Ryan and Gina Harden and Bashorat Ibragimova and John C. Windsor},
  booktitle={AMCIS},
  year={2012}
}
Knowledge has been recognized as a critical competitive asset and research about knowledge management (KM) has received increasing attention. However, knowledge has also been viewed not only as an asset, but as a process that includes acquiring, organizing, and communicating the knowledge of organizational members. Additionally, organizational culture has been shown to influence the behaviors central to knowledge creation and transfer, and therefore it is proposed that these two contextual… 

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