Assessing knowledge management needs: A strategic approach to developing knowledge
Most knowledge management work encourages practicing managers to pursue ever more knowledge development and sharing. There is an assumption that more knowledge always leads to greater competitive advantage and superior financial performance. Even though this may be the case, it is far from proven, and the application and use of knowledge management techniques may actually be more strategic, with optimal levels of effort and spending determined by differing circumstances. This study investigates these topics by assessing whether knowledge strategies might vary by industry, asset structure, and other potential variables. Copyright © 2011, IGI Global.
International Journal of Knowledge Management
Erickson, G. Scott and Rothberg, Helen N., "Assessing knowledge management needs: A strategic approach to developing knowledge" (2011). Faculty Articles Indexed in Scopus. 1369.