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.