Knowledge has only recently been widely recognized as an organizational asset, the effective management of which can afford a firm competitive advantage. This book takes an interdisciplinary approach to knowledge management relating it to business strategy, dynamic capabilities and firm performance. Some of the most eminent scholars in management have contributed to this timely book, including John Seely Brown, Chris Argyris, Georg von Krogh, Soumitra Dutta, Howard Thomas and John McGee, Arie Lewin and Silvia Massini. The book offers practitioners and students alike state of the art research in the field of organizational knowledge and management.
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