The future of knowledge management

PALISZKIEWICZ, Joanna (2017) The future of knowledge management. Paper presented at: IFLA WLIC 2017 – Wrocław, Poland – Libraries. Solidarity. Society. in Session S04 - Satellite Meeting: Knowledge Management Section.

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Abstract

The future of knowledge management

In many publications, researchers have confirmed that the source of competitive advantage is the knowledge assets and benefits that organizations get from implementing knowledge management practices. Knowledge is a crucial resource that enables organizations to adopt and learn. It plays a critical role in competitiveness, efficiency, and productivity of organizations. The purpose of the publication will be presenting the idea for future research in the area of knowledge management linked with librarian science, economy, philosophy, sociology, psychology, information systems and management on the basis of the literature review. The importance of knowledge management in science will be emphasized and the new directions will be indicated. In addition, gaps in the current body of knowledge, which justify proposed future research directions will be identified.

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