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Creating a Knowledge Business Strategy

Published online by Cambridge University Press:  10 September 2015

Abstract

This article by Allie Lustigman gives recommendations for creating a knowledge business strategy. The steps outlined are based upon the premise of using a strategy to review the information service and formulate a clear plan for the future function, particularly in terms of expanding the service; however, they can be applied to differing types of strategies. The article looks at various methods in which a review can be carried out and then outlines the strategy document itself, summarising the different sections that make up the document. Additionally, this article looks into the uses and benefits of creating a business strategy for the information professional.

Type
Focus on Law Firm Library Issues
Copyright
Copyright © The Author(s) 2015. Published by British and Irish Association of Law Librarians 

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Footnotes

1 Helene Russell, Knowledge Management Handbook (Law Society Publishing 2012)

2 G Edward Evans and Camila Alire, Management Basics for Information Professionals (Facet Publishing 2013)

3 Barnes & Milton, ‘Designing a Successful KM Strategy: a guide for the Knowledge Management Professional’ in (2015) KM World http://www.kmworld.com/Articles/Editorial/Features/Designing-a-Successful-KM-Strategy-A-Guide-for-the-Knowledge-Management-Professional-102656.aspx accessed 6 July 2015