A Knowledge Management Perspective
By Nigel J. Holden
Financial Times / Pearson Education
288 pages, illustrated
$97.50 paper original
This book works from the perspective of four extended cases studies from Europe, the United States, Britain and Japan. Contents include anthropology's awkward legacy to the manager's world; cross-cultural management; geo-politics and panic; global economy; networks for knowledge; culture's periodic table; essential culture; navigating knowledge management; cross-cultural management at interfaces in networks; management synergies; glossary. Cases studies-Novo Nordisk; Matsushita Electric; LEGO; and Price Waterhouse Coopers.
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