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Knowledge Management: Analysis, Design and Implementation
India is the seventh largest, second most populated and fourth largest and fatest growing Economy of the world. It has a large and growing market of more than one billion people of which, 400 million are middle class consumers. It offers a vibrant market of youth and vigour who work harder, earn more, spend more and Demand more from the market. Our diversified and large Industrial base is becoming industrially competitive, it is proud of its world class Software engineers, scientists, engineers and management consultants. The world’s second largest center for software development is in Bangalore where more than 200,000 IT engineers are challenging the Hegemony of the West. Such is the incredible India about which the 95 years old management Guru Peter Drucker is reported to have said that it is fast becoming an economic powerhouse and itsProgress is far more impressive than that of China. However, Indian also faces unique challenges of poverty, illiteracy, Disease and oppression India, at this Stage of its growth, deserves a driver like Knowledge Management (KM) to lead it to become the Super Power in near future. It has till now been rather indifferent to the applications of KM as a force-multiplier for the march to its legitimate destination. Fortunately, National Knowledge Commission has been set up which is bound to give a flip to KM activities in the country. ‘Knowledge Management Analysis, Design and Implementation’ is a unique book providing an Insight into the knowledge economy and India’s role, clear understanding of data, information, knowledge and wisdom, KM strategies and technologies, learning Organizations and KM education. It is a must read for the whole spectrum of KM professionals, Business and industrial professionals, CEO’s, HRD professionals, management consultants, IT professionals, students of all disciplines and academicians. The book will be an extremely valuable reference material for libraries.
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