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Knowledge management in organizations : A critical introduction

By: Hislop, Donald.
Contributor(s): Rachelle, Bosua | Helms, Remko.
Material type: TextTextPublisher: Oxford Oxford University Press 2018Edition: 4th Ed.Description: 321.ISBN: 9780198724018.Subject(s): Knowledge ManagementDDC classification: 65.012.45 HIS/K.4
Contents:
The contemporary importance of knowledge and knowledge management -- Epistemologies of knowledge in the knowledge management literature. The objectivist perspective on knowledge -- The practice-based perspective on knowledge -- An introduction to key concepts. What is knowledge management? -- Knowledge-intensive firms and knowledge workers -- Learning and knowledge management -- Knowledge creation and organizational unlearning. Nonaka and knowledge creation theory -- Unlearning and the deliberate loss of knowledge -- Socio-cultural issues related to managing and sharing knowledge. The influence of socio-cultural factors in motivating workers to participate in knowledge management initiatives -- Communities of practice -- Cross-community, boundary-spanning knowledge processes -- Power, politics, conflict, and knowledge process -- Information and communication technologies and knowledge management -- Facilitating knowledge management via the use of human resource management practices -- Leadership, organization culture management, and knowledge management -- Reflections on the topic of knowledge management.
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Previous edition: 2009.
Includes bibliographical references (pages 259-277) and index.

The contemporary importance of knowledge and knowledge management -- Epistemologies of knowledge in the knowledge management literature. The objectivist perspective on knowledge -- The practice-based perspective on knowledge -- An introduction to key concepts. What is knowledge management? -- Knowledge-intensive firms and knowledge workers -- Learning and knowledge management -- Knowledge creation and organizational unlearning. Nonaka and knowledge creation theory -- Unlearning and the deliberate loss of knowledge -- Socio-cultural issues related to managing and sharing knowledge. The influence of socio-cultural factors in motivating workers to participate in knowledge management initiatives -- Communities of practice -- Cross-community, boundary-spanning knowledge processes -- Power, politics, conflict, and knowledge process -- Information and communication technologies and knowledge management -- Facilitating knowledge management via the use of human resource management practices -- Leadership, organization culture management, and knowledge management -- Reflections on the topic of knowledge management.

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