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Knowledge Management: How personality affects knowledge sharing in organisations

Knowledge Management

Many studies have found that good knowledge management systems and processes are the basis of enhanced competitive advantage. Knowledge management or the collation, storage, transmission, sharing and use of know how and organisational information are essential activities in any viable organisation.  Whether it is communicating with or marketing to customers, designing strategy, managing, writing reports […]

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Why you really need to align your learning and knowledge management

Learning and knowledge management

A new research study shows why you have to get learning and knowledge management aligned in your organisation. Learning and unlearning Collective knowledge and the ability to learn and unlearn in an organisation are critical assets in improving organisational performance, increasing profitability, and ultimately creating and maintaining a competitive advantage. However, uncertainty over how exactly […]

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Can knowledge management really change organisational culture?Part 2. The research findings

This is a 2 part briefing of new research investigating the role knowledge management plays in changing organisational cultures. Part 1 – What is knowledge management and about the research Part 2 – The research findings (this post)   6 key findings The six key findings from the study are: Leaders can use knowledge management […]

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Can knowledge management really change an organisational culture?

  This is a 2 part briefing of new research investigating the role knowledge management plays in changing organisational cultures. Part 1 – (This post) What is knowledge management and about the research Part 2 – The research findings (Next post) The old saying, knowledge is power, shas been shown to have real effect when […]

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