Towards an organisational perspective to promote knowledge strategy
conference contributionposted on 16.09.2016, 01:06 by Gonçalo, Cláudio, Burstein, Frada, Lezana, Alvaro
This paper presents empirical research of an organisational perspective for promotion of knowledge strategy. Using this perspective as a guide, it presents an exploratory case study that examines how an organisation can be analysed for better promoting knowledge strategy. The chosen case is a firm daily involved with the design and development of new products and technologies. This research contributes to the wider knowledge management project, foregrounding intelligence and strategy as interactive concepts.
Presented at: 13th Australasian Conference on Information Systems; 2002 Dec 4-6, Melbourne, Australia. p. 255-265.
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