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The Relationship between Information and Knowledge Dick Stenmark

  title={The Relationship between Information and Knowledge Dick Stenmark},
  author={D. Stenmark},
Knowledge has widely been acknowledged as the perhaps most important factor for corporate competitiveness, and we have all witnessed the explosion of IT solutions claiming to provide support for knowledge management (KM). Although organisation theorists and other non-technocrats have pointed out that KM is so much more than merely technology, the interest for KM has continued to thrive within the IT community. What seems to be missing though, is an explanation of exactly how systems and… Expand

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