Knowledge Management: Becoming an E-Learning Organization
To succeed, corporations will have to place increasing value in their own intellectual and human capital, and realize that know-how and talent are the real sources of competitive advantage. This report, based on presentations at two major conferences on knowledge management, examines how to create a favorable environment for knowledge management and maximize the value of intellectual assets.
- Approaches to Knowledge Management Implementation
- Knowledge Management in the Pharmaceutical Industry
- Highlighting Knowledge Management and Organizational Learning Programs in Employee Benefits Packages
- Valuing Intellectual and Human Assets
- Knowledge Workers as Intellectual Assets
- insights from representatives of Barnett International, Cap Gemini America, Cranfield University School of Management, Lucent Technologies, Royal Bank of Canada, Saba, UCB Pharma, and Warner-Lambert Company
- a summary of the findings of a survey of 200 senior executives from 158 global corporations on how widespread knowledge management is and what corporate leaders will do in the future
- a page of "learning highlights"