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Management article
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Reference no. INT0806A
Published by: IBS Case Development Center
Published in: "Effective Executive", 2008

Abstract

''The pathologies in knowledge management are rooted in the fact that organisations are run by people. Since human beings evolve very slowly, the pathologies today are pretty much the same as they were ten years ago''. In this interview, Anil K Gupta shares his views on: (1) concepts of knowledge management (KM) and the importance of KM initiatives; (2) knowledge creation and acquisition and knowledge sharing and mobilisation; (3) pathologies and challenges in knowledge accumulation and knowledge sharing; (4) components of KM strategy; and (5) challenges in implementing an effective KM programme.

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Abstract

''The pathologies in knowledge management are rooted in the fact that organisations are run by people. Since human beings evolve very slowly, the pathologies today are pretty much the same as they were ten years ago''. In this interview, Anil K Gupta shares his views on: (1) concepts of knowledge management (KM) and the importance of KM initiatives; (2) knowledge creation and acquisition and knowledge sharing and mobilisation; (3) pathologies and challenges in knowledge accumulation and knowledge sharing; (4) components of KM strategy; and (5) challenges in implementing an effective KM programme.

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