Knowledge Management through the Lens of Innovation and Labour Productivity in a Knowledge Based Economy
Madalina Constantinescu ()
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The 21st century brings along the recognition for the necessity to understand and measure the activity of knowledge management, for which reason organizations and system organizations, together with decisional governmental factors, do their best in order to develop policies that would promote these benefits. Knowledge management (KM) implies any activity regarding the capture and the diffusion of knowledge within the organization. In our study we analyze the impacts and dimensions of KM upon the innovation and labour productivity within the organization, and how KM affects the firm’s innovative performance. A key component of knowledge management is to provide access to stored knowledge components to improve decision making and to facilitate knowledge acquisition by the user.
Keywords: knowledge-based economy; knowledge management; knowledge; explicit and implicit knowledge; innovation; productivity; diffusion of knowledge (search for similar items in EconPapers)
JEL-codes: A12 D24 L60 N00 O31 O32 (search for similar items in EconPapers)
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Journal Article: KNOWLEDGE MANAGEMENT THROUGH THE LENS OF INNOVATION AND LABOUR PRODUCTIVITY IN A KNOWLEDGE BASED ECONOMY (2008)
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