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How to deal with disruption through knowledge management

Research Briefing

Keywords: knowledge management, knowledge sharing, business disruption, disruptive technologies, change, organisational change, disruptive change, agile

At the current pace of change, one of the most frequent disruptive elements within most businesses is technological. As new technologies, software, and factors like artificial intelligence continue to develop rapidly, business disruptions are occurring daily across the globe. Some technological disruptions have almost completely wiped out some businesses and business models, such as satnavs moving onto mobile phones, for example. Other technological disruptions have caused such significant change within other business sectors that organisations and companies have had to pivot into almost unrecognisable, and hitherto unthought of, business models.

Understanding how to deal with such fast-paced disruption is developing into a critical research area for researchers and organisations alike.

This research briefing is essential reading for anyone interested in how organisations can deal with disruption in their market or industry and anyone involved in or interested in knowledge management.

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