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Textual content addresses the theoretical, technical, and managerial matters in wisdom administration. for college students and company managers. contains index and references. Softcover, hardcover to be had. DLC: wisdom administration.

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A common vocabulary is taught that reinforces the organisational culture and the programme results in a climate of social activism. Xerox values both individual and collective learning, many employees learning from practising colleagues. Strategic communities have been formed that 'pull' individuals into a learning and knowledge sharing environment. Participation and engagement are dominant modes of activity in these communities. Knowledge sharing practices are embedded into group-work processes.

6. Power and Authority: People require the power and authority to command the necessary resources for their work and should take the concomitant responsibility for them. Thus work-teams will be able to ask for and receive all the necessary resources to perform their work. They will have devolved decision-making power. 7. The Multifunction Principle: "Organisations need to adapt to their environments; elements of organisations need to adapt to their environments of which the most important are usually other organisational elements" (p.

Layer 2—Infostructure: This provides the formal rules that govern the communicational exchanges within the actor-network. It provides the cognitive resources such as metaphors and common language that are used to make sense of the communicational exchanges. • Layer 3—Infoculture: This provides the background knowledge that is taken for granted and embedded in the social relations and work processes. This infoculture provides constraints on knowledge and information sharing. Thus we see that management has a role in providing the necessary elements for these knowledge management systems to operate.

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