Positioning KM for the Future: Knowledge and Learning in a Digital World

 

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  • October 29, 2010
  • Author:
  • Lauren Trees
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  • 10
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  • Your Price: $25.00
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Over the past few years, our society has seen the incursion of the Internet and digital technology into almost every aspect of our lives. How is this type of digital immersion affecting us, and how will it continue to affect us in the future? How must organizations adapt to survive and capitalize on these societal changes? And what are the implications for knowledge management as a discipline?

In April 2010, APQC’s third Knowledge Management (KM) Advanced Working Group grappled with these questions as part of a two-day knowledge transfer session. This white paper explores some of the ideas and insights that emerged from that discussion.

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