Covers the priorities and challenges facing organisations who are increasingly focused on 'knowledge work'; it is written from a human relations - rather than a technological - perspective. It uses real cases, backed up by evidence and analysis from a detailed study into strategic knowledge based working (KBW). The content of the book draws on two chief sources: the author's own expertise in KBW developed over five years of blue chip KBW consultancy, and the results of a previously unpublished five year study. The book offers clear, step-by-step guidance to executives who need to understand, deploy and implement KBW.
- Outlines the key challenges for KBW at all organisational levels
- Self assessment questions at the end of each of the four chapters
- Interchapter case studies for in depth teaching/understanding
ýA perfect stormý - all roads lead to knowledge; Managing knowledge-based working and knowledge workers; The new rules of organisational behaviour for knowledge-based working; The implications of knowledge-based working.
Series: Chandos Knowledge Management
Number Of Pages: 172
Published: 14th July 2005
Publisher: Woodhead Publishing Ltd
Country of Publication: GB
Dimensions (cm): 23.39 x 15.6
Weight (kg): 0.25