|aKnowledge management practices in the public sector / |cVasileios Ismyrlis, Theodore Tarnanidis, and Efstratios Moschidis, editors.
|aHershey, PA : |bIGI Global, |cc2020.
|axix, 263 p. : |bill. ; |c26 cm.
|aAdvances in knowledge acquisition, transfer, and management (AKATM) book series
|aIncludes bibliographical references and index.
|aThe public sector provides services to the public and does not expect to acquire financial gain; hence, the practices from the private sector could not be used efficiently without modification, bearing in mind that the main scope of the public organization is to provide quality services to the citizens. Knowledge management can acquire and transfer knowledge in order to succeed in this effort and to confront challenges that exist in the modern knowledge economy. Therefore, knowledge management can play a vital role in the reorganization of the public sector and its necessary organizational change. Knowledge Management Practices in the Public Sector is a collection of innovative research on the methods and applications of improving the quality of public services through the implementation of knowledge management in public organizations. While highlighting topics including intellectual capital, risk assessment, and organizational strategy, this book is ideally designed for policymakers, ICT consultants, public sector workers, public administrators, government officials, researchers, scholars, and students.
|aIsmyrlis, Vasileios, |eeditor.
|aTarnanidis, Theodore, |eeditor.
|aMoschidis, Efstratios, |eeditor.
|aAdvances in knowledge acquisition, transfer, and management (AKATM) book series.