In recent years knowledge management became a very important factor for identifying, capturing, and finally applying the knowledge that is accumulated by knowledgeable employees in order to preserve and create the organization’s knowledge base. Spreading this knowledge within the framework of the organization and its use by employees contributes a great deal in improving its functioning, which consequently leads to creating a competitive and successful organization.
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