Knowledge Management from Islamic Perspectives puts forth explicit knowledge (lessons learnt) and tacit knowledge (expertise) as the core components of the knowledge management framework. Surrounding these tangible and intangible assets are knowledge acquisition, capturing, and sharing. This book presents the value of this core component, and how it should be understood and practised. The ideas, concepts and discussions are derived from lectures, research seminars, reviews of literature, and surveys of knowledge management systems. This book details the learning journey as the foundation for planning and implementing knowledge management within an organisation.
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