Engaging Knowledge Management in Strategic Alliances
The prominence of strategic alliances continues to grow as we move through the knowledge era of competition. Having accepted that they must intensify focus on their core competencies, organizations find that they must strategically outsource their non-core tasks to organizations that are better at those activities.
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