A look at the Top 10 Knowledge Management Challenges
Abstract: For students working towards a Master’s degree in Knowledge Management at California State University, Northridge (CSUN), a key part of the program involves identifying the KM challenges that prove most taxing to today’s practitioners. In this article, two students enrolled on the distance-learning course, Donna Edwards and Jim Wolff, present the findings of a class-wide exercise to identify those challenges.
Donna Edwards, Jim Wolff: A look at the Top 10 KM Challenges. Improving project outcomes by identifying hurdles upfront. Knowledge Management Review, Volume 10 Issue 6, January/February 2008
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