An Approach of the Knowledge Management for the Development of the Organisational Commitment

  • Adriana Schiopoiu Burlea
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This paper focuses on the relationship between Knowledge Management and Human Resources Management that will change the system of values in the 21st century. Today, the modern organisations have intelligent systems covering the technical necessities. With the help of these intelligent systems various areas of the organisation can be tracked: sourcing, production, quality, stocks, and human resources management. The methodology used in this article involved theoretical development and empirical research. The main idea stated that the research must identify some situations in which all research strategies might be relevant (Mellander, 2001, Yin, 1994).


Knowledge Management Human Resource Management Organisational Commitment Tacit Knowledge Intellectual Capital 
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Authors and Affiliations

  • Adriana Schiopoiu Burlea
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  1. 1.University of CraiovaDoljRomania

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