December 27, 2007

Book Review - Harvard Business Review on Knowledge Management

Harvard Business Review on Knowledge Management
HD 30.2 .H375 1998

The practice of knowledge management has recently emerged as an effective way for companies and organizations to put the information that their employees have gained to work to provide a competitive advantage. This collection of essays originally published in Harvard Business Review focuses on one key aspect of knowledge management--learning. Essays focus on how knowledge is created, how individuals and companies learn, and how to put that knowledge and learning to work to improve the organization. Introductory and capstone essays discuss learning and knowledge as ways to "reinvent" the corporation or to create a "new" type of organization.