The Knowledge Advantage brings together a truly stellar line-up of the world's greatest knowledge gurus, including Lester Thurow, Edward O. Willson, W. Brian Arthur and Blur co-authors, Stan Davis and Chris Meyer. Each of these knowledge champions tackles a different aspect of the new economy's most vital resource, including: how to turn knowledge into products; understanding the dynamics of knowledge creation; building knowledge into strategy; profiting from the new economics of knowledge.
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Managers now know that knowledge is an organization’s most vital competitive asset. But most are still struggling with the practicalities. How can knowledge be leveraged into marketplace success in any organization? The Knowledge Advantage: 14 Visionaries Speak on Leveraging Knowledge for Marketplace Success brings together a truly stellar line-up of the world’s greatest knowledge gurus including John Seely Brown, Peter Drucker, Ikujiro Nonaka, and Blur co-authors Stan Davis and Chris Meyer. Each of these knowledge champions tackles a different aspect of the new economy’s most vital resource, including
"I would characterize knowledge workers in two ways. Firstly, I would say that they are dismally unproductive, and secondly, that they are not employees, but volunteers, even though they are paid for what they do." — Peter Drucker "As each discipline has created its paradigms, its own jargon, it’s become more and more difficult for knowledge to advance. What’s needed now is consilience, or literally a ‘jumping together’ of the many branches of human knowledge." — Edward O. Wilson "Technology is not an answer, it is an enabler, but what it enables allows organizations to leverage human intellect to produce astounding, breakthrough results that were never before possible — a true innovation explosion." — James Brian Quinn "The shift from crunching to connecting will be as powerful a shift, in terms of the implications and consequences that flow from it, as the shift from railroads to automobiles for the industrial infrastructure." — Stan Davis "Knowledge Advantage is too bloodless a phrase. It is too calm and too polite to describe the battle lines and the stakes of the knowledge revolution." — Alan M. Webber "Nobody can predict the future, but you can understand the forces that will shape the future — and it is always better to play with the forces than against them." — Lester Thurow
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Book Description Capstone, 2001. Hardcover. Book Condition: New. book. Bookseller Inventory # M1841120677
Book Description Capstone, 2001. Hardcover. Book Condition: New. 1. Bookseller Inventory # DADAX1841120677