Managing Knowledge at Monsanto Brings Excitement to the Word 'Change' (Case Study)

 

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  • November 1, 1996
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  • APQC
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  • 8
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  • Member: FREE
Classic Content

This is a classic selection from APQC’s pre-2000 magazine, Knowledge Management in Practice.

After Monsanto's chairman identified information technology (IT) as the most valuable tool to achieve marketplace effectiveness, the company developed a "knowledge management architecture." The corporate effort builds on IT-based capabilities with sophisticated tools and techniques aimed at increasing the value of Monsanto's intellectual capital while creating a learning and sharing organization.

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