Challenges and opportunities in measuring knowledge management results and development impact. Part 2
Keywords:knowledge management, measurement, results, development, impact
This is the second part of the Special Issue on ‘Challenges and opportunities in measuring KM results and development impact’. The first part of the issue was published in December 2019 and can be accessed here. The papers in this two-part special issue examine from a range of perspectives the challenges and opportunities in tracking and demonstrating the impact of managing knowledge both inside the walls (in organizations) and outside the walls (in the broader development context). Due to the high number of papers selected, they were divided into two issues, based on their completion dates.
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