Learning knowledge managementimperatives: present into future

We can currently observe increased requirements for better knowledge in the workplace to deliver competitive knowledge-intensive work. Demands have increased for customized and more sophisticated products and services. Globalization pressures have changed business worldwide. Nations which earlier supplied manual labour have started to compete with Europe, Japan and North America by offering competent intellectually based work. The Internet has given rise to knowledge workers across the globe who have access to the latest information, concepts, methodologies and so on. While access is still far from uniform and large groups of people in Africa, Asia and South America will probably ...

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