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A look at NASA Goddard Space Flight Center's knowledge management initiatives

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As we move from the Information Age to the Knowledge Era, knowledge is being treated as a key asset. NASA and others are realizing that, to maximize their organizations' potential, they must fully leverage their knowledge or intellectual capital. To accomplish this task, an emerging trend is to develop knowledge management and knowledge-sharing initiatives within organizations

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Software, IEEE  (Volume:19 ,  Issue: 3 )