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A knowledge-conscious curriculum

Abstract: Managers are increasingly focused on leading employees towards a knowledge-sharing culture, but leaders must be truly knowledge-conscious if they are to affect transformational changes. Elizabeth Lank investigates effective educational options open to leaders who want to encourage staff to share knowledge to facilitate organisation-wide KM initiatives.

Elizabeth Lank: A knowledge-conscious curriculum. Inside Knowledge, Volume 8 Issue 2, 2004: 14-17.

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