People, Knowledge and Technology edited by Bruno Trezzini, Patrick Lambe and Suliman Hawamdeh

This collection of papers from the First International Conference on Knowledge Management (iCKM 2004) offers insights into the state-of-the-art in KM and the challenges lying ahead. Grouped into six themes — communities and collaboration, knowledge sharing, culture as context, knowledge management strategies, knowledge creation, and knowledge discovery — authors provide thought-provoking theoretical and practical discussions, through quantitative analyses and detailed case-studies. iCKM 2004 was organized by the Information and Knowledge Management Society (iKMS), a non-profit society dedicated to the promotion of KM theory and practice.

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