Harvard Business Review on Knowledge Management

Harvard Business Review on Knowledge Management

By  Harvard Business School Press (Compiler)

Designed to help managers and project professionals, The Harvard Business Review covers fundamental information on how to stay competitive in a fast-moving world. Knowledge management is one of the essential sources for developing a competitive advantage. Identifying the importance of knowledge management, the Harvard Business Review creates this collection to presents how cutting-edge thinking and practical applications are defining the field on KM.

The reviews included in this collection are:

  • The Coming of the New Organization - Peter F. Drucker
  • The Knowledge-Creating Company - Ikujiro Nonaka
  • Building a Learning Organization - David A. Garvin
  • Teaching Smart People How to Learn - Chris Argyris
  • Putting Your Company's Whole Brain to Work - Dorothy Leonard and Susaan Straus
  • How to Make Experience Your Company's Best Teacher - Art Kleiner and George Roth
  • Research that Reinvents the Corporation - John Seely Brown
  • Managing Professional Intellect: Making the Most of the Best -James Brian Quinn, Philip Anderson, and Sydney Finkelstein

This collection of eight articles writer by ambitious and visionary businesspeople famous worldwide highlights the leading-edge thinking and practical applications defining the field of knowledge management.

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