The Knowledge Economy at Work

The Knowledge Economy at Work

Skills and Innovation in Knowledge Intensive Service Activities

Edited by Cristina Martinez-Fernandez, Ian Miles and Tamara Weyman

There has been a great deal of discussion on the knowledge economy, but much of this has been more a matter of rhetoric than serious analysis. This book is a pioneering effort to address this gap, using a range of methods and investigating knowledge-intensive service activities in many different sectors.

Chapter 9: The New Green Deal and KISA: A Global and Australian Perspective

Tavis Potts

Subjects: business and management, human resource management, knowledge management, organisational innovation, economics and finance, services, innovation and technology, knowledge management, organisational innovation

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