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Knowledge Management as Indispensable Factor in the Organizational Changes

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  • Oliver Momcilovic


    (MEGATREND University Belgrade)

  • Jasmina Rajakovic


    (d.o.o. PRIVILEG Sabac)

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    In the history of the modern world, there were three great waves of changes: agricultural, industrial and technological revolution. In the agricultural era, the acquisition of land was the key to success. In the industrial era, it was a capital and investment in capital goods. In the current technological era or the era of "knowledge", it has become a most valuable resource that one organization may have. To be creative and innovative, to think more further than others, have become critical characteristics for success. Technology has facilitated access to information, contributing to the further globalization of markets, automate industry and exponential growth of the amount of information. Knowledge has become the currency of our time, the key to survival and success. Transition from the culture-based industry represents a challenge for the way that people and companies think, work and function.

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    Article provided by "Eftimie Murgu" University of Resita in its journal Analele Universitatii "Eftimie Murgu" Resita.

    Volume (Year): 1 (2009)
    Issue (Month): XVI (December)
    Pages: 191-202

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    Handle: RePEc:uem:journl:v:1:y:2009:i:xvi:p:191-202
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