Project Management

Building a Knowledge Management Culture

By George Ball
If you are implementing a knowledge management program at your company, you need to take a hard look at the cultural and social issues going on in the background. Culture serves as the social glue that holds organizations together. Unless you can define a culture conducive to knowledge management, your KM efforts will fall flat on their face. This presentation guides you as you define a culture for knowledge management within your company. Prepare for success.

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