خلق و مدیریت دانش - چالشی جدید برای مدیران

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کتاب حاضر بیانگر این ادعا است که در محیط کنونی جهان، که ویژگی اصلی آن تغییرات سریع است، مدیریت دانش در کانون فعالیت های مدیریتی قرار گرفته است. هدف اصلی کتاب، آشنایی مدیران بنگاه ها با مقوله مدیریت دانش و ابزار های کاربرد موفق آن در سازمان هاست. در مرحله فعلی جهانی شدن، بسیاری از تولیدات کارخانه ای و و فعالیت های پشت صحنه مرتبط با آنها به فراسوی مرزهای ملی، به ویژه کشورهایی که جدیدا به قابلیت های تکنولوژیک دست پیدا کرده اند، انتقال یافته است.


هم زمان بسیاری از بنگاه ها، در حال جابجایی فعالیت های دانش- محور خود به جهان توسعه یافته هستند تا به خلق و ارائه خدمات دانش- محور اقدام نمایند. خدماتی که در حال حاضر عمدتا در این کشورها قابل عرضه است. تاکید بر تغییر در محیط جهانی موجب قرارگرفتن مدیری دانش در کانون فعالیت هایی است که سازمان ها برای تطبیق خود با شرایط در حال تغییرات سریع فعلی جهان انجام میدهند. بنابراین موفقیت شرکت ها د رقرن بیست و یکم به میزان توانایی رهبران آنها در جهت توسعه سرمایه های فکری از ظریق خلق و به اشتراک گذاری دانش در محیط جهانی بستگی دارد.

خلق و مدیریت دانش - چالشی جدید برای مدیران

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اطلاعات تکمیلی کتاب خلق و مدیریت دانش - چالشی جدید برای مدیران

کد کالا 17280
وزن 320 گرم
انتشارات مهرجرد
مولف کازواو ایچی جو
ایکو جیرو نوناکا
مترجم غلامرضا نصیر زاده
نسیم ناجی
نسیم غنبر طهرانی
هودسا قزوینیان
تاریخ انتشار 1 آذر 1391
قطع کتاب وزیری
نوع جلد شومیز
نوع چاپ تک رنگ
نوع کاغذ معمولی
تعداد صفحات 200
نوبت چاپ 2
شابک 13 رقمی 9789647668637

توصیف محصول

جزییات

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