Knowledge Management Practices: Creating Effective and Efficient Processes in Globally Distributed Teams
Kero, Jeremiah J.
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Kero, Jeremiah J.
This literature review focuses on the creation of effective and efficient knowledge management processes for teams distributed across the globe. The literature illustrates the importance of knowledge management to organizations,while providing key tools and ideas that can be applied in organizations with distributed teams to drive efficiencies. Fifteen sources are reviewed and divided into three categories: (a) knowledge management background, (b) creating efficient knowledge management processes, and (c) knowledge management in distributed teams.
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