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Effect of Knowledge Management Approaches to Organizational Change

Ferenc Farkas and Miklós Stocker ()
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Miklós Stocker: University of Pécs

from Óbuda University, Keleti Faculty of Business and Management

Abstract: This article is written to call attention for management convergences. In this case we will focus on change management, we will show it briefly how change management developed over its fifty years period. We will classify today’s change management movements, and there we can see that in the classifications some knowledge management approaches are hidden. Then we will conclude a new classification to see, how these knowledge management techniques affects the change in organizations. The main purpose of this article is to emphasize that there are very similar approaches in the field of management we are witnessing to be different just from differing perspectives, and in the meantime we will focus on how these approaches affect our main subject, namely change in organizations.

Keywords: change management; knowledge management (search for similar items in EconPapers)
Date: 2006
ISBN: 9637154477
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