Abstract: In the literature, with the idea of knowledge as perceptive and as a commodity, which can be codified, stored, and easily transmitted (Chiva and Alegre, 2005), the goal of knowledge management is to capture, utilize, and leverage knowledge via the application of information and communication technologies for the benefit of the organization (Vera
Abstract: One of the critical challenges for newly appointed Chief Knowledge Officers, Knowledge Chiefs, and KM team leaders is the composition of their team. Of course, you may not always have a completely free hand in putting together your team, particularly if the KM function in your organization predates your arrival to lead it.
Abstract: The literature of library and information management of the past few years has periodically exhorted librarians to market themselves as skilled knowledge workers capable of taking over the emerging “knowledge management” function in their organisations. This paper challenges such a fanciful re-engineering of the librarian’s role and suggests that it is based on