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International contributors in computer information systems, business, and management survey recent theory, strategies, and practices in managing and sustaining knowledge management (KM) in public sector organizations. Cases are presented from Spain, Italy, South Africa, and Finland. Some subjects examined include KM initiatives in the Indian public sector, government as a partner in KM, lessons from the private sector, facilitating knowledge sharing among employees in the workplace, and decision-making processes based on knowledge gained from spatial data. The book is of interest to researchers, academics, practitioners, and students in KM, organizational performance, public administration, information technology, and change management. The editors are affiliated with the University of Bahrain.
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