Management of Knowledge in Organizations with Different Activities

Assoc. Dr. Victor Mitrevski ., Assoc. Dr. Alexandar Aceski .

Abstract


The main goal of any modern and contemporary organization is the knowledge they possess. Whether it is collective or individual, the main goal is to make it useful and accessible for all the employees. Commitment to that knowledge has to be the most powerful weapon in response to any changes and threats caused by the strong gust of modern technologies and unfair competition. The management of knowledge in an extremely unpredictable, uncertain and fast prestige on organizational development has to be the imperative that will make them different and better in the contemporary modern business. Our study is just a part of a wider research, carried out on the territory of the Republic Macedonia by BAS - Institute of Management. The aim of the research is directed at discovering new scientific knowledge that can find proper practical application in the management of knowledge, which will also give a contribution for improving the results and achievements in the organizations.


Keywords


Knowledge, Individual, Management, Collective, Sharing

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