This book deals with the processes by which organizations create, use, and retain knowledge on a day-to-day basis. It provides a critical review of the concepts, debates, and assumptions underpinning existing perspectives on organizational knowledge, and suggests a new vocabulary for understanding knowledge-oriented phenomena in organizations. The book invites scholars, managers, and practitioners to reflect upon the repertoire of knowledge they possess and yet cannot articulate.
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Published June 5, 2003
by Oxford University Press.
Business & Economics.