Knowledge Management in Higher Education : A Case Study in Malaysia

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Knowledge management is exploitation and development of the knowledge assets of an organisation with a projection of furthering the organisation’s objectives. Educational institutions, which are in the knowledge business, have much to gain by institutionalising a proper Knowledge Management programme.

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Sharimllah Devi Ramachandran




1-2 weeks for Malaysia
5-8 weeks for Worldwide

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