Knowledge Management of E-Government in Jordan

Almarabeh, Tamara
November 2011
International Journal of Advanced Corporate Learning;Nov2011, Vol. 4 Issue 4, p4
Academic Journal
Nowadays, knowledge management is considered an essential part of any organization to prepare and develop its vision for the future. Knowledge management allows better utilization of the organization expertise, resources, and bright ideas. The science of knowledge management started when the technology revolution reached every organization. The ease and availability of information, major advancements in communication technologies, the emergence of knowledge worker, and the knowledge economy are the reasons of knowledge management development.


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