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Select Format: Hardcover. ISBN13:9780029278925.
ISBN 13: 9780029278925. Publication Date: 3/1/1994.
The Fast 50 programme brings startups, scaleups and fast growing companies together with academics .
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Diverse, fast-changing information sources. Knowledge that serves the customer. Those in KM will benefit from reading Successes and Failures of Knowledge Management
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