Knowledge management in organisations

Around 90% of the knowledge in most organisations is implicit knowledge. Hardly tangible or storable in databases, it is indispensable because it represents the greatest value of a company today. Surprisingly, there is still no meaningful and efficient network of knowledge in many organizations.

2009, VDM Verlag (order at Morawa), ISBN 978-3639020977 (published in German)

The knowledge is often well stored at individuals and can only be used to a limited extent for the organisation itself. The widespread attempt to pass on knowledge via digital media also repeatedly reaches its limits. The challenge here is to stimulate a direct and personal exchange of knowledge and to develop high-quality knowledge. But how? The book provides a well-founded understanding of the topic, names important framework conditions and gives an overview of tried and tested methods.

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Thomas Schöller

Obsessed designer of cultural change and deep-dive learning experiences. Researcher on the future of work and the new role of ownership, autonomy and a culture of error in organisations. Builder of bridges between new work and the old economy.
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