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KM-WM : a new vision based on conceptual theories of knowledge and wisdom

Author: M K Mansour
Publisher: [Charleston, S.C.] : [the author] ; 2010.
Edition/Format:   Book : English
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"This book presents a new vision of knowledge-based wisdom management (KM-WM). In order to introduce this vision, the book addresses KM holistically, tackling its different challenges and components. The book utilizes an epistemological approach, strengthened by an interdisciplinary outlook that includes the practical and empirical sciences. .. targets a variety of audiences and professionals from different  Read more...
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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: M K Mansour
ISBN: 1451540353 9781451540352
OCLC Number: 668111651
Description: viii, 398 p. : ill. 23 cm.
Contents: Ch. 1: The current status of KM --
ch. 2: Analyzing the nature of knowledge --
ch. 3: The nature of knowledge --
ch. 4: Investigating organizational knowledge creation --
ch. 5: The nature of organizational knowledge --
ch. 6: Which domain should handle KM? --
ch. 7: Decision making relations and analyzing the nature of wisdom --
ch. 8: The nature of wisdom --
ch. 9: Clarifying the nature of KM through a vision of KIM-Based WM.
Responsibility: M.K. Mansour.

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"This book presents a new vision of knowledge-based wisdom management (KM-WM). In order to introduce this vision, the book addresses KM holistically, tackling its different challenges and components. The book utilizes an epistemological approach, strengthened by an interdisciplinary outlook that includes the practical and empirical sciences. .. targets a variety of audiences and professionals from different disciplines and backgrounds." [BACK COVER].

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