Adaptation and Context
Edited by Anders Örtenblad
Chapter 23: Conclusions, a contingency model of knowledge management and recommendations for further research
This book has explored the idea of knowledge management and put it into context. Contributors have evaluated the relevance of a general, normative definition or model of knowledge management to organizations in various contexts. Others have more generally reasoned about and evaluated the universality of the knowledge management concept. Yet other contributors have discussed the knowledge management concept as such, reflected over its relevance and considered whether or not any changes of the concept are needed. In this, the final chapter of the book, we shall return to the aims of the book that were stated in the introductory chapter, to outline what the book in total has contributed. There will also be some suggestions for further research within the area.
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