Knowledge Management and Pharmaceutical Engineering



This supplement to the May 2014 issue of Pharmaceutical Engineering includes a variety of perspectives and ideas on knowledge management including:

•    A historical reflection on KM and the International Conference on Harmonisation of Technical Requirements  for Registration of Pharmaceuticals for Human Use (ICH)
•    Case examples from Merck and Roche
•    Strategies for successful KM program implementation
•    KM strategies to capitalize on internal knowledge and develop STEM expertise
•    The evolution of KM in regulatory guidance
•    Tacit knowledge and the Socialization, Externalizaiton, Combination, Internalization (SECI) process
•    How taxonomies turn content into knowledge
•    KM in the product life cycle and KM in the context of process knowledge

This supplement is published in the knowledge base with permission from the International Society for Pharmaceutical Engineering.


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