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2012 IEEE Colloquium on Humanities, Science and Engineering (CHUSER)
Successful knowledge transfer is an important process which requires continuous improvement in today's knowledgeintensive economy. However, improving knowledge transfer processes represents a challenge for most of the small and medium size consulting firms. In recent years, the terminology 'knowledge management' initiative has been introduced. The concept of knowledge management (KM) is seen as the solution through the inculcation of knowledge sharing via various tools and techniques indoi:10.1109/chuser.2012.6504335 fatcat:blur6xp3ive6ffwaq7ylkujzly