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Management of knowledge as an instrument for organizational development. Experience of national research university

Yu.V. Trifonov, L.A. Gorshkova, V.A. Poplavskaya
80,00 Р

  

Trifonov Yuri Vasilievich

Doctor of Economics, Professor,

Manager by the department of information technologies and instrumental methods

in the economy of institute of economy and enterprise

Gorshkova Lyudmila Alekseyevna

Doctor of Economics, Professor,

Professor of department of information technologies and instrumental methods

in the economy of institute of economy and enterprise

Poplavskaya Vera Alekseyevna

Сandidate of economic sciences,

Associate professor department of information technologies and instrumental methods

in the economy of institute of economy and enterprise

Nizhny Novgorod National Research State University n.a. N. I. Lobachevsky.

E-mail:  pva7-ya@mail.ru

 

Elaborated is the problem of management of knowledge as one of demanded instrument for development of organizations, up to nowadays not enough studied as to higher educational institutions. Presented is a survey of literature on management of knowledge, and defined more precisely the notion of “knowledge”, as well as it’s classification. Also committed are organizational aspects of using of that theory in the system of knowledge’s management.

Key words: organization, information, organizational development, university, management of knowledge.

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