Organizational culture and knowledge sharing the importance of a knowledge sharing culture as an enabler for the transfer and creation of knowledge is directly addressed by such authors as bukowitz williams 1999 davenport and prusak 2000 and gamble and blackwell 2001. 44 knowledge management and organizational learning explicit knowledge exists in the form of words sentences documents organized data computer programs and in other explicit forms. Knowledge sharing and thus all aspects related to knowledge management km depend upon organizational culture trust is a particularly important issue since workers need to feel secure that they are not jeopardizing themselves by engaging in knowledge sharing. This edited collection provides a comprehensive introduction to organizational culture learning and knowledge management and explores the wide sweeping impacts for the modern workplace presenting a wide range of cross disciplinary research in an organized clear and accessible manner. It will align the organizational culture to knowledge management goals thereby increasing the culture of sharing knowledge and continuous learning that will ensure that tacit knowledge is retained in the organization when employees leave or retire
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