An interview with Clive Holtham. Knowledge and culture: learning from the past.
AbstractClive Holtham is Professor of Information Management at the Cass Business School, City University in London, UK. Professor Holtham’s keynote session on 'Knowledge and culture - can there be global solutions to worldwide problems?' at the Geneva KM4Dev meeting in June 2005 sparked the community’s interest on his work. Katty Marmenout from McGill University, Canada, sat down with him to discuss some of his views on knowledge sharing today and in ancient civilisations.
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