Knowledge: Living and Working with It
Inspired by today's world of increasingly available knowledge and rapidly changing access to it, this book examines the challenges of decision making when knowledge expands faster than we can learn, analyzes how knowledge changes shape depending on who owns it, and reveals how knowledge disappears in its own volatility. Offering a truly comprehensive exploration of the topic, this guide also instructs how to generate, select, measure, manage, network, protect, sell, and respect knowledge.
The knowledge economy
The dynamics of the university of the future
Knowledge transfer through scenarios
Formats of knowledge extraction
Know what you know and dont
Keeping knowledge in the knowledgebase
Knowledge in business
A knowledge management strategy
Knowing what people know and how they learn
Virtual knowledge networks
Return on knowledge investment
The balanced scorecard
Intellectual capital at national level
Does everyone take part in a knowledge audit?