Unformatted text preview: use. Knowledge management aims at making knowledge and experience a renewable resource. The whole purpose of knowledge management is to be able to tap the learning outcomes of the present employees and make it available to other employees in order to ensure that they do not have to go through the complete learning process and can directly use the learning outcomes and conclusions derived out of the project or activity. This helps save time, efforts and money and strengthens the competencies of the business....
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- Spring '10