Knowledge management -emerging perspectives



Knowledge management is an essential tool for corporates and educators to leverage their skills. This  becomes indispensible for deciding the procedure, process , approach in a specific system damain in which an Organisation function. It is also essential to see the algorithimic knowledge in Technological development wherein a person posses both tacit and explicit knowledge.Sharing knowledge is an ongoing process in any Organisation irrespective of their business process.


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