Knowledge management: A New Zealand survey into current practices.
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AbstractThis paper outlines findings of a survey of knowledge management practices in New Zealand. Both the government and private sectors were surveyed using a survey instrument originally developed by the School of Management, University of Cranfield, United Kingdom, and enhanced by the School of Information Management and Systems at Monash University, Melbourne. A total of 410 surveys were distributed. Findings show a knowledge management landscape that displays both a consensus on what constitutes knowledge management and contradictory statements on its various aspects. It appears from this exploratory survey that knowledge management is still maturing in New Zealand.
CitationMcCullough, G., Oliver, G., Symonds, J., & Brown, M. (2004). Knowledge management: A New Zealand survey into current practices (Working Papers No. 3-04). Lower Hutt, New Zealand: The Open Polytechnic of New Zealand.
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