Competing with knowledge: the information professional in the knowledge management age
Knowledge management is the first major trend to identify information and its management as a crucial element for organizational success. It presents an opportunity for information professionals to have an impact on the organizations that employ them, and for employers to utilize information management and exploitation skills in a creative and value-added way. Coverage includes: the changing nature of competition, knowledge mapping, information auditing, total quality management and the value of intellectual capital. It emphasizes the core skills, competencies and new contexts that will empower the information professionals. Published in association with TFPL Ltd, an international training and recruitment firm, that recently completed an international research project looking at the skills required for the successful implementation of a knowledge culture.
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