Knowledge technologies process and cultures - improving information and knowledge sharing at the Amateur Swimming Association (ASA)

Over the last few years the ASA determined KM as a priority to assist with reducing knowledge loss, realising information assets and reducing work duplication by attempting to implement IKM tools and strategies. This research employed a pragmatic viewpoint, using a mix of both quantitative and quali...

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Main Author: Ejovwoke
Format: Default Thesis
Published: 2015
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