A great myth about knowledge is that knowledge resides in books or documents. What resides in a book or a document does not constitute knowledge any more than the musical notes on a score sheet constitute music. What reside in a book are mere codifications and representations, and even when they are decoded would still constitute information and not knowledge.
• Characteristics of knowledge & knowledge sharing
• Auditing Knowledge
• Building knowledge networks
• Corporate Knowledge Management
• Knowledge Management Tools
Publication date: 11.09.2011