Effective management of knowledge is endorsed as an essential element for organizational survival and competitive advantage, yet again, the ways in which knowledge moves through knowledge networks remains poorly understood. In combination, it is then possible develop a theoretical framework through which to better understand the relationships among knowledge creation, diffusion, and utilization in collaborative knowledge networks, and thereby, optimize the utility of knowledge designed for organizational application.
Managing decommissioning & radioactive waste management knowledge
Emerald Group Publishing Limited. Please share your general feedback.
- Meet your library liaison.
- Managing Knowledge Networks?
- Über Norman Daniels Ethik der Gesundheitsversorgung (German Edition)!
- Managing Knowledge Networks;
- 5 Liebeslieder No. 4 - Heimlicher Liebe Pein - Score;
- Knowledge networks for organizations;
- Read Managing Knowledge Networks 2009.
You can start or join in a discussion here. Visit emeraldpublishing.
Abstract While it is widely acknowledged that economic growth is now dependent on the realization of a knowledge based economy, there remains much confusion as to how this is actualized. You can read more about our collaboration with other organisations and scientific networks, look for cooperation opportunities and find the latest job opportunities on offer.
Our news gives you an insight into our support of EU policy and highlights the scientific research carried out everyday within the European Commission.
You can also sign up for our monthly newsletter for all the latest information directly to your inbox and check out our events for opportunities to participate. Or check out our photos and videos for an instant look at the world of science at the European Commission.
Strategic intentions : managing knowledge networks for sustainable development
Welcome to the Integrated Knowledge Management System community web space. Generation and application of radioactive material in industry, research and medicine results in radioactive waste.
This includes waste from dismantling of nuclear facilities and restoring sites. These activities will proceed over many decades to come, they concern all Member States with programmes generating only relatively small amounts of waste to programmes with large quantities of waste with extended life-times, in particular from nuclear power generation. The life-span from generation of the waste now and on-going to its safe emplacement in disposal facilities will strecth over many decades to come.
Become member of the community in order to benefit and contribute by clicking on the button below.