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- Knowledge management practice in a community and allied health setting: "Forget the wah wah, just give me a yes or a no"
- The University of Newcastle. Faculty of Business & Law, Newcastle Business School
- Using a grounded theory approach, the author examines knowledge management practice in the Community and Allied Health Division of Central Coast Health, a public health service in New South Wales. Prime issues are maintaining process improvement within a very tight budget, and negotiating meaning across disciplines. The organisation is seen as coping with remarkable issues of cross-disciplinary communication and co-ordination, with a focus on client welfare being the unifying factor.
- 2nd International Conference on Technology, Knowledge and Society. International Journal of Technology, Knowledge and Society (Volume 2, Issue 1) (Hyderabad, India 12-15 December, 2005) p. 97-102
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public health service
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