Knowledge Management in Business Schools

Ms Arundhati Ghanwar, Dr Sreekumar M G, Dr Mohan K

Abstract


Knowledge Management (KM) has become global phenomenon, across the industries, including academic institutions. The proposed research presents the highlights of KM in a business school, its relevance, benefits of having a well defined KM strategy, defining the KM assets, strong organisation culture to promote knowledge creation and exchange, to improve the overall efficiency of knowledge workers.


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