The purpose of this paper is to demonstrate the importance of an integrated architecture in creating an effective knowledge organization (EKO).
Development of a conceptual model of the architecture of an EKO.
Managers should strive to develop an integrated EKO but be careful to recognize the many differences in its key elements in doing so.
Provides an EKO concept and an understanding of the limitations that exist in operationalizing this concept.
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