Knowledge Management as Attention

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Title: Knowledge Management as Attention
Author: Kreiner, Kristian
Abstract: This article explores the case of product development for insights into the potential role of knowledge management. Current literature on knowledge management entertains the notion that knowledge management is a specific set of practices – separate enough to allow specialization of responsibility. By common standard, the proclaimed responsibility of knowledge management is shared knowledge, saved learning costs and coordinated action in an organization. The significance of the practices of knowledge management is the intention of shared knowledge, saved learning costs and coordinated action.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10398/6682
Date: 2005-01-17

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