Knowledge Management as a competitive edge in a global economy
The book focuses on how knowledge is being transformed and managed at companies for competitive advantage and as well as for economic benefits. Companies should take it upon themselves to appoint people who are capable of uplifting their knowledge base and enhancing their organization’s intellectual property; they should appoint people who are in a position to learn fast and adjust to internal as well as to external forces of change. Thus, training and development should form part and parcel of a company that is prepared to move ahead of its competitors. Through the right channels of addressing constant changes that are taking place in the market, the company should have a special way of doing business and of possessing special knowledge that will put it ahead of its competitors.
My books are from ages two through preschool. I love using nature and animals to tell my stories. Ruckus in the Hen House is based on a true story that happened on the farm. In future books, Mrs. Speckles and a very smart chicken will have more mysteries to solve and adventures to go on.
The book is written in the academic format but can be well understood by readers who are not experts in the field, as academic jargon is used to the minimal. It is written in simple language which could be understood by readers who have a reasonable mastery of the English language. The book has 58 pages, 16 606 words; it also has 3 figures and 2 tables. The glossary is provided at the end of the chapters to assist the readers who may not be familiar with certain concepts.
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