A Critic Of Knowledge Management (Une Critique Du Knowledge Management)
The papers aim is to present the purpose of the KM in the enterprises strategy and also the main points of view of the specialists regarding this field of interest. The author presents the KM as build on a mix of three approaches of the concept. There are brought in discussion the aspects of KM regarding the nonmaterial capital created by the “knowledge worker” and “knowledge enterprises” and the role of privatization in knowledge development.
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