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Portability Of Knowledges In Applications Of Innovative Small And Medium Enterprises


  • ENUSI, Mariana


Small and Medium sized Enterprises (SMEs), is a current concept and has attracted attention of researchers and practitioners, with great resonance in the global economy. In the recent years, there is an increasing interest in the debate on this concept in the context of enlargement concerns the issue of innovation and globalization. The idea of the project is deeply embedded in Knowledges. If we think about our projects, it is often in terms of the series of knowledge we have worked on. We compare projects: this one was well managed, that one was doomed from the start, and this one introduced new technology based on Knowledges. Innovative Small and Medium sized Enterprises are able in function to charged with managing the data assets of the intellectual capital of Innovative Small and Medium sized Enterprises, much like human resources manages the personnel assets, projects are likely to be problematic. Surely mature Innovative Small and Medium sized Enterprises knowledge management function would consist of a set of services that are constantly available to the enterprise, supported by a robust infrastructure, and delivered by well-defined business processes. This is not to say that projects do not have a role in Innovative Small and Medium Enterprises knowledge management.

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  • ENUSI, Mariana, 2011. "Portability Of Knowledges In Applications Of Innovative Small And Medium Enterprises," Holistic Marketing Management Journal, Holistic Marketing Management, vol. 1(2), pages 53-58, June.
  • Handle: RePEc:hmm:journl:v:1:y:2011:i:2:p:53-58

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    Innovative Small and Medium sized Enterprises; project; knowledge management; intellectual capital;

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    • A1 - General Economics and Teaching - - General Economics


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