Hitotsubashi on Knowledge Management ハードカバー – 2004/2/10
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Knowledge Management (KM) is the art and science of utilizing knowledge as the most important resource towards gaining competitive advantage in today's business environment. Despite the huge and growing interest in KM, there has been no serious attempt to bridge theory and practice, the practices of East and West, the soft side (organizational capabilities) with the hard side (information technology), or the practices of large companies with start-ups. Until now. Written by the Dean of Hitotsubashi Business School in Tokyo, the world's leading centre of KM, and featuring contributions from thought leaders around the world, this book will provide a synthesis towards the emerging field of KM. It brings together the latest trends in the field and re-ignites the debate on the future form of knowledge management.
Dr. Takeuchi is the Dean of Hitotsubashi Business School in Tokyo, the world’s leading center of Knowledge Management. A Visiting Professor at Harvard University in 1989 and 1990, he has written over thirty articles for the Harvard Business Review, California Management Journal and Journal of Retailing. He co-authored Can Japan Compete? with Michael Porter and has been described by BusinessWeek as one of the Top 10 “management school professors for inhouse corporate education programs” in the world.
Dr. Nonaka is the Xerox Distinguished Professor in Knowledge Management at University of California, Berkeley and Professor of Hitotsubashi’s School of International Corporate Strategy. He is widely published in top journals and won Best Book of the Year Award in Business and Management in 1996 for The Knowledge Creating Company (Association of American Publishers) and Best Book Award in Management (Financial Times/Booz Allen & Hamilton) for Intellectualising Capability (1996).