The Evolution of Business Knowledge

Oxford University Press (2008)
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This book challenges much of the rhetoric about the role of knowledge in business. Although top managers hail knowledge and learning as the source of their competitive edge, the rich empirical studies presented in the book question this top-down perspective. It will make compelling reading for management academics and practitioners alike.

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