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Title: Knowledge Management In 21st Century Libraries
Authors: Nazeer, Badhusha K
Keywords: Knowledge Management
Knowledge Organisation
Information Management
Issue Date: 8-Feb-2007
Publisher: INFLIBNET Centre
Abstract: This article explores the phenomenon of Knowledge Management System from the viewpoint of a management of academic libraries with a professional background as a librarian. My perspective is a critical and informed one-laced with a healthy dose of system. In the early to mid 1990’s I struggled with defining the field of information management, of identifying the differences amongst data, information and knowledge, and the implications of these differences for professional education. .The knowledge management system is a new concept that has appeared worldwide in recent years. As a sub discipline of the knowledge economy, knowledge management is a completely new concept and method of management. It works for converting intellectual assets of workers and staff members in the organisation into higher productive forces – competition power and new value.
ISBN: 978-81-902079-4-2
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