12 principles of knowledge management

Allee, Verna
November 1997
Training & Development;Nov97, Vol. 51 Issue 11, p71
Identifies the twelve characteristics of knowledge and explains the tools and approaches for making the most of the knowledge assets in an organization. Knowledge economy's empowerment of workers; Limited shelf life of expertise; Radical overhaul of the old knowledge equation; Core principles that guide an organization; Organizational compass; Embodiment of knowledge in the people. INSET: Core competencies of knowledge..


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