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July/August 2003 [Volume 12, Issue 7]

Features

Behind the scenes at Wipro: How a KM vision became reality

Collaboration software: evolution and revolution: Realizing the potential of the networked enterprise

Don't fall behind the eight ball: Keeping the documents straight with KM

Evaluating digital rights management technology

How do you measure success?

[Editor's Note: This is seventh in a series on KM implementation techniques.] A successful KM system contributes to achieving the goals of the enterprise while enhancing job performance and increasing the job satisfaction of each member of the organization. By demonstrating that knowledge management is improving performance, reducing costs and increasing customer responsiveness, the organization’s leadership will see the explicit link between KM and the success of their business strategy.

KM and the pharmaceutical industry: A roundtable discussion—Part 2

KM practitioners move ideas forward: Transforming the old into the new through the research and development process

Personal Toolkit: Knowledge to go

Search plus: far-reaching and versatile in the enterprise

News Analysis

e-Finance with finesse: SER and Atos team for Solectron solution

KM in Practice

Georgia on its mind

Glazed with sweet success

Global giant extends grip on knowledge

COLUMNS:

David Weinberger

Model knowledge

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