Definition of knowledge management in English:

knowledge management

Syllabification: knowl·edge man·age·ment
Pronunciation: /ˈnälij ˌmanijmənt
 
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noun

Efficient handling of information and resources within a commercial organization.
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  • This trend demonstrates the increase in the perceived importance of knowledge management and that knowledge management is beginning to be recognized as a business function.
  • In the age of information technology, knowledge management is becoming an increasing concern to private companies and governments alike.
  • CEOs are also finding that knowledge management is a multifaceted, far-reaching endeavor.

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