Knowledge Management in a changing world

Harvey, Sherrill; Pobjoy, Jan; Pizzani, Blanca
June 2008
inCite;Jun2008, Vol. 29 Issue 6, p15
The article discusses the importance of handling Knowledge Management such as Business Intelligence (BI), Collaborative Networks and Collective Intelligence. The Australian Department of Education, Employment & Training released a report which indicates that the amount of data to be generated will surpass the data created to date in human history. One role of libraries is to promote a culture that promotes and supports the sharing of knowledge and information across an organization.


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