Storing, Shaping and Sharing Collective Wisdom

Greengard, Samuel
October 1998
Workforce;Oct98, Vol. 77 Issue 10, p82
Focucses on how companies in the United States can implement knowledge sharing in their workplaces. Benefits offered by knowledge sharing; Advantages offered by knowledge management (KM); Forms of KM; Ways on how human resource departments can take part in KM.


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