An Introduction

Obtaining Leverage from Knowledge

Some organisations see knowledge as an asset that can be packaged and traded, for example in licencing patents or embedding knowledge in software. This view tends to encourage building stocks of knowledge. Others see it as personally held understanding that informs appropriate action in particular circumstances where value is obtained through interaction and flows of knowledge.

Managing Knowledge as an Asset

Managing Flows of Knowledge

Knowledge as an Element of a Socio-Technical System

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