Role of the Chief Knowledge Officer in organisations
Abstract: As knowledge management is permeating many organisations, the Chief Knowledge Officer’s position is evolving and is playing a critical role in transforming the organisation into a “learning organisation”. Building a knowledge sharing culture is an important part towards the realisation of knowledge management in the organisation. This paper takes a comprehensive look at the Chief Knowledge Officer to help other organisations better understand this new role.
Leibowitz, J. (2002). The Role of the Chief Knowledge Officer in organisations, Research and Practice in Human Resource Management, 10(2), 2-15.
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