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									Wan-Ming Lin
GBA 671
10/6/2011
Dr. Waters
                           Knowledge Management

1.   Questions to consider:
       a. What is Knowledge Management?
       b. What are the key differences between the tacit and explicit forms of
          knowledge?
       c. Why is KM so important to organizations in today’s knowledge economy?
2.   Definitions of Knowledge
3.   Two Kinds of Knowledge
4.   Definition of Knowledge Management
5.   What is Knowledge Management?
6.   Why is Knowledge Management so important?
7.   Activities of Knowledge Management
8.   Why is Knowledge Management Difficult?
9. The Challenge of Knowledge Management
10. Benefits of Knowledge Management


                                      References
Davenport, T. H., & Probst, G. J. (2002). Knowledge Management Case Book. (2 ed.,
p. 336). New York: Publicis Corporate Publishing.


Geisler, E., & Wickramasinghe, N. (2009). Principles of Knowledge Management
theory, practice, and cases. (p. 285). Armonk, New York London, England: M.E.
Sharpe.


Holm, J. (2009, October 20). Knowledge Management at NASA. Retrieved from
http://km.nasa.gov/whatis/index.html


Knowledge management.(2009 Jan 19). Economist.com. Retrieved from
http://www.economist.com/business/management/displaystory.cfm?story_id=1296022
5&CFID=40946172&CFTOKEN=89220374


President and Fellows of Harvard College. (1998). Harvard Business Review on
Knowledge Management. (p. 223). Boston, MA: Harvard Business School Press.

								
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