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Learning Through Knowledge Management by Ann E Loh, Kwang Kok Lim, Pervaiz K. Ahmed

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Culture for knowledge sharing andtransfer

Many people and companies talk about knowledge management and learning, and the importance of ‘managing’ knowledge. Many actually try to ‘do it’, yet only a few actually succeed. The unfortunate reality is that knowledge for the most part frightens organizations as it is inevitably linked to risk. Many companies merely pay lip service to the power and benefits of learning and knowledge. To a large extent most remain averse to the aggressive investment and commitment that managing knowledge demands. Even though knowledge is debated in senior-level meetings as being the lifeblood of the company, and occasional resources and funds are pumped in, the commitment often dies there. Becoming a true-to-life ...

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