Knowledge as Culture
Serrat, Olivier | May 2012
Knowledge Solutions are handy, quick reference guides to tools, methods, and approaches that propel development forward and enhance its effects. They are offered as resources to ADB staff. They may also appeal to the development community and people having interest in knowledge and learning. In this issue: organizations that are more successful in implementing knowledge management initiatives embody both operations- and people-oriented attributes. Typically, a learning culture is an organizational environment that values, enables, rewards, and uses the learning of its members, both individually and collectively. Learning charters may advance it.
CitationSerrat, Olivier. 2012. Knowledge as Culture. © Asian Development Bank. http://hdl.handle.net/11540/2607. License: CC BY 3.0 IGO.
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