- Volume 11 Issue 2
Despite the well accepted necessity and importance of knowledge management, cases of successful knowledge management are not easy to find. With a case study of a Korean organization, this research introduces an integrated knowledge management model, in which knowledge and work processes are combined to improved knowledge performance. Knowledge-work process integration facilitates knowledge asset creation, transfer, and utilization, through which inefficiencies in knowledge utilization may be removed and knowledge contribution to business performance may be enhanced. Knowledge-work process integration may further be aligned with innovation processes, enabling systematic and continuous knowledge based process innovation.
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