Share the knowledge
Although knowledge management is now seen as being at the core of many firms' strategies, many have still been slow in implementing the relevant programmes according to recent research, says Matthew Parsons
As the ancient Chinese curse goes, “may he live in interesting times”. The results of recent research into law firm knowledge management (KM) suggests interesting times are indeed ahead for law firms and the leadership of KM programmes. Of course, interesting times can be a blessing not a curse, particularly if we understand a little history and better understand current behaviours.
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