Business School Knowledge Management course

March 2000
Manager: British Journal of Administrative Management;Mar/Apr2000, Issue 19, p7
Academic Journal
Reports on the course launched by The Open University Business School in Milton Keynes, England titled `B823 Managing Knowledge.' Course using supported distance learning technologies; Importance of knowledge management; Development of the course; Topics covered.


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