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Joyline Makani (Draft Profile)
Classifying organizations by knowledge intensity - necessary next-steps
Purpose - This study aims to empirically explore the key elements for classifying and differentiating knowledge-intensive organizations (KIOs) from other traditional organizations. Design/methodology/approach - The study's ...
Towards a typology of knowledge-intensive organizations: determinant factors
Phrases such as 'knowledge-intensive organizations' (KIOs) and 'knowledge-intensive firms' (KIFs), have recently found common usage, describing the distinct activities and attributes of some organizations. But a review ...
Information Seeking Behaviours of Business Students and the Development of Academic Digital Libraries
No abstract available.
Knowledge Management and international organizations: A new perspective on the role of Information professionals
(Walter de Gruyter, 2008)
The rapid evolution of information and communication technology in recent years has seen knowledge management become a key tool for the success of a variety of institutions. Many international organizations have developed ...