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Knowledge Management – The Importance of Learning Theory

“Knowledge is power”. Sir Francis Bacon, Religious Meditations, Of Heresies, 1597 – English author, courtier, & philosopher (1561 – 1626)

Knowledge Management is a current topic in the market, which have been treated during the last years from different consideration perspectives. This ongoing subject has fascinated me ever since I had the opportunity to read a paragraph of Hendry Minzberg, in respect of this topic.

Knowledge management is a main part of the today’s economy. It reflects the expressive representation to the demand of the knowledge society, within the scope of the globalization and the continuous learning.

Organizational learning and learning organization are two concepts often confused. If knowledge processes, knowledge contained change occurs through the process of learning. By learning we understand, in this context, an increase of possibilities of action of various sources of personal knowledge.

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Posted in Issue no. 7, Knowledge Management