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Knowledge Management in the Public Sector: A Futuristic Approach

Knowledge Management in the Public Sector: A Futuristic Approach
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Author(s): Yousif Abdullatif Albastaki (Ahlia University, Bahrain), Adel Ismail Al-Alawi (University of Bahrain, Bahrain) and Sara Abdulrahman Al-Bassam (The Social Development Office at His Highness the Prime Minister's Diwan, Kuwait)
Copyright: 2019
Pages: 14
Source title: Handbook of Research on Implementing Knowledge Management Strategy in the Public Sector
Source Author(s)/Editor(s): Yousif Abdullatif Albastaki (Ahlia University, Bahrain), Adel Ismail Al-Alawi (University of Bahrain, Bahrain) and Sara Abdulrahman Al-Bassam (Arabian Gulf University, Bahrain)
DOI: 10.4018/978-1-5225-9639-4.ch026

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Abstract

Although knowledge is recognized as a very important element of any business, the public sector does not fully explore the depth of the knowledge management (KM) as compared to private sector business. As days are passing by, public sector business has also started to realize the importance of KM. The public sector is a business that is run by the government. This sector includes organizations like government cooperation, enterprises, militaries, education, health, and related departments public services. In the public sector, the managers have started to adopt and develop practices of KM. Government organizations are facing many challenges to adapt and engage themselves in an electronic work environment. Over the years KM has grown and has been in continuous change in the public sector and has become essential to any organization in the world. Managers have been looking for a more futuristic approach for the past years. The purpose of this chapter examines the ongoing change in KM in the public sector and tackles the gap in the literature.

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