Knowledge management: The intellectual revolution

Lee Sr., James
October 2000
IIE Solutions;Oct2000, Vol. 32 Issue 10, p34
Focuses on knowledge management. Definition of knowledge management; Five distinct phases of the value proposition for knowledge management; Requirements for a successful implementation of sustainable knowledge management.


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