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Hislop: Knowledge Management in Organizations 3e

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  • Chapter 1
    • The Contemporary Importance of Knowledge and Knowledge Management
  • Chapter 2
    • The Objectivist Perspective on Knowledge
  • Chapter 3
    • The Practice-Based Perspective on Knowledge
  • Chapter 4
    • What is Knowledge Management?
  • Chapter 5
    • Knowledge Intensive Firms and Knowledge Workers
  • Chapter 6
    • Learning and Knowledge Management
  • Chapter 7
    • Nonaka and Knowledge Creation Theory
  • Chapter 8
    • Unlearning and the Deliberate Loss of Knowledge
  • Chapter 9
    • The Influence of Socio-Cultural Factors in Motivating Workers to Participate in KM Initiatives
  • Chapter 10
    • Communities of Practice
  • Chapter 11
    • Cross Community, Boundary Spanning Knowledge Processes
  • Chapter 12
    • Power, Politics, Conflict, and Knowledge Processes
  • Chapter 14
    • Facilitating Knowledge Management via the use of HRM Practices
  • Chapter 15
    • Leadership, Organizational Culture Management and Knowledge Management
  • Chapter 16
    • Reflections on the topic of Knowledge Management