Knowledge: How Much Is Too Much?



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In this article, APQC Senior KM Adviser Jim Lee introduces the question, "How much knowledge is too much?" by describing an organization that is trying to determine how much information/knowledge should be included in its KM manual. Arguing that "less is more" when it comes to knowledge, Lee encourages organizations to give employees only the information they need to do their jobs effectively.

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