THE MANAGEMENT OF KNOWLEDGE
In a century over crowed with news and new data, we have become more andmore concerned by the modality in which we manage the information. It is onlynatural to ask ourselves the question if this high concern from the last decade forthe way we understand to manage the access to new information in a society representsindeed an objective condition of development or it is just a passing fashion?And this is due to numerous paradigms so much popular in the last decadethat have become forgotten in the libraries of the time without confirming theirreserve of trust and impatience so much credited some time ago.Is - knowledge management" indeed so much important for our society?What is the relative use of - knowledge" paradigm in the context of multipletransitions occurring in our society? What are the long and medium-termbenefits of assimilating this concept in programs of technical assistance anddevelopment offered by UNDP to developing countries and what are the eventualcosts and risks of this paradigm? What is the degree in which this conceptintermingles with the fulfilment of the millennium goals (MDG) and the prioritiesset up by every State in accordance with its national priorities and itspolitical or economic trend? This study is addressed to those who wish to findout answers to questions linked to - knowledge management" and, in particular,to those willing to increase the impact of their work and set up goals.
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