5 edition of The Foundations of Management Knowledge found in the catalog.
March 1, 2007
Written in English
Routledge Advances in Management and Business Studies
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|Number of Pages||287|
Conklin & de Decker says: Regardless of the type of industry or the type of organization, every manager shares a common ground. While performing management tasks, each manager depends upon the same four basic principles – planning, organizing, directing, and controlling. Many books and articles exist about management. Truth is discoverable. You can be certain of it. All knowledge rests on one inescapable foundation: logic. Square One is an examination of logic, truth, and a refutation of the extreme skepticism that permeates modern thought.
'Knowledge Management Foundations' is just what it claims, the first attempt to provide a secure intellectual footing for the myriad of practices called "knowledge management." A breath of fresh air from the usual KM gurus, Fuller openly admits that the advent of KM is a mixed blessing that often Pages: development of a knowledge management strategy, process, and system helps to ensure that the knowledge that exists in one area of the company is captured, shared, and used by others. This paper addresses the challenges and opportunit ies of creating a knowledge management process. Characteristics of Successful Knowledge Management Size: 28KB.
Get this from a library! Moral foundations of management knowledge. [Marie-Laure Djelic; Radu Vranceanu;] -- Exploring the ethical foundations of the different subfields of managerial thought, this book brings a thoroughly new light on the issue of sustainability and responsibility in management theory and. The Foundations of Empirical Knowledge book is great as well as popular right now. More individuals have actually downloaded The Foundations of Empirical Knowledge book FREE! Just register for FREE to download this book and also get more book .
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Download it once and read it. This book is divided into four parts: (p.1) What knowledge management has managed to do to knowledge, (p.2) Making knowledge matter: philosophy, economics and law, (p.3) Information technology as the key to the knowledge revolution, and (p.4) A civic republican theory of knowledge by: The contributors reframe management as a dynamic, creative and versatile field of knowledge that is both multidisciplinary and multi-contextual.
The book provides a structured and informed set of readings for management educators as well as students and academics in the fields of critical management, organisational behaviour, human resource management and management by: This book sheds light on hidden aspects of management theory by questioning its moral foundations: ethical and moral principles tend to become over time, deeply embedded, if not buried, in the intellectual and disciplinary subfields of management, particularly when the latter vie for scientific by: 5.
1st Edition Published on March 2, by Routledge This volume brings together a group of leading academics from Europe, North America and Australasia to addre The Foundations of Management Knowledge - 1st Edition - Paul Jeffcutt Garland Science Website Announcement.
The book culminates in a positive re-evaluation of universities as knowledge producing institutions from which the corporate sector still has much to learn. 'Knowledge Management Foundations' is just what it claims, the first attempt to provide a secure intellectual footing for the myriad of practices called "knowledge management.".
The purpose of this book is to explore and to present key theoretical foundations that underlie the field of Knowledge Management (KM).
This book is organized in a manner consistent with its purpose. As you will see this book sets forth a blend of theory and praxis via key "big ideas" associated with KM and practical guidance on putting those key "big ideas" into : Alex Koohang, Johannes Britz.
In response to demand for a brief introductory management textbook, noted author Robert Kreitner presents Foundations of Management. Fourteen concise chapters cover all the basic functions of management without sacrificing any core concepts, real-world cases and examples, or pedagogy/5(12).
Continuous efforts have been made to articulate the foundation of knowledge management (KM) by the prominent scholars all over the world. Thus, enormous literatures have been written and the study has been conducted on KM, followed by conclusions drawn, as well as affluence of advice on ‘how to do it better’ in Size: KB.
'Knowledge Management Foundations' is just what it claims, the first attempt to provide a secure intellectual footing for the myriad of practices called "knowledge management." A breath of fresh air from the usual KM gurus, Fuller openly admits that the advent of KM is a mixed blessing that often amounts to the conduct of traditional management.
The primary version of the journal is the online one. Interdisciplinary perception and interpretation of economic phenomena that accompany the managers and enterprises in their daily work, in order to make them more efficient, safe and economic for suppliers and receivers of the products and services in the global world of technological innovation, domination of knowledge.
Written by an international array of KM luminaries, its approx. 60 chapters approach knowledge management from a wide variety of perspectives ranging from classic foundations to cutting-edge thought, informative to provocative, theoretical to practical, historical to futuristic, human to technological, and operational to strategic.
The foundations of management knowledge. [Paul Jeffcutt;] -- Brings together a group of leading academics from North America, Europe and Australasia to address a question of considerable contemporary concern - the nature of management knowledge in relation to. "Knowledge Management Foundations provides a much sought after intellectual platform for thinking about the management and development of knowledge in private and public organizations.
He has created a reconstructive critique of Knowledge Management that goes far outside of the borders of traditional writing on the : Steve Fuller. These theories are being used as foundations for new concepts that provide a rationale for managing knowledge, define the process of managing knowledge, and enable us to.
Knowledge Management Foundations book. Read reviews from world’s largest community for : Foundations of Management Knowledge: Assumptions and Limitations Paper number 01/04 Robert Chia University of Exeter Abstract.
Modern management knowledge relies overwhelmingly on the written word and it’s disseminated through Size: 93KB. of knowledge management, and given the tremendous interest in schools and organizations to learn about the subject, it is something of a mystery that there are so few textbooks available.
management To manage knowledge in organizations, we have to rely on concepts and constructs that are theoretically sound, which cover the most important areas of knowledge processes, and which are easy to communicate and integrate in the practical action within the organization.
In the previous sections we have developed theoretical foundations File Size: KB. FOUNDATIONS OF MANAGEMENT 3e has been written to address the needs of introductory management subjects that require an accessible and concise introduction.
This streamlined text of 15 chapters covers the principal concepts of management to provide students with a solid foundation for understanding key issues. Management is a dynamic discipline and .The book is split into a clear and logical three part structure: Part I covers the foundations of knowledge management and the key security issues in .Applicants receive a copy of the CS book and access to e-Learning content.
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