Leading knowledge-based businesses

Nair, Keshavan
September 1998
Executive Excellence;Sep98, Vol. 15 Issue 9, p6
Emphasizes the necessity of knowledge and information to the success and competitive advantage of a business enterprise. How to select company leaders who have skills to succeed in knowledge-based businesses; Leadership requirements in knowledge-based businesses.


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