The duality of knowledge

@article{Hildreth2002TheDO,
  title={The duality of knowledge},
  author={Paul Hildreth and Chris Kimble},
  journal={Inf. Res.},
  year={2002},
  volume={8}
}
Knowledge Management (KM) is a field that has attracted much attention both in academic and practitioner circles. Most KM projects appear to be primarily concerned with knowledge that can be quantified and can be captured, codified and stored an approach more deserving of the label Information Management. Recently there has been recognition that some knowledge cannot be quantified and cannot be captured, codified or stored. However, the predominant approach to the management of this knowledge… CONTINUE READING

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