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    How does the problem of "knowledge," as raised by Cox, relate to the issues with the Eureka system? To what degree is this a persistent problem for organizations? Using additional resources, address the question of "organizational knowledge" as a definition problem as well as a logistical one.

    Please see article by Andrew Cox titled "Reproducing knowledge: Xerox and the story of knowledge management"

    http://www.palgrave-journals.com/kmrp/journal/v5/n1/full/8500118a.html

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    How does the problem of "knowledge," as raised by Cox, relate to the issues with the Eureka system?
    Question:

    How does the problem of "knowledge," as raised by Cox, relate to the issues with the Eureka system? To what degree is this a persistent problem for organizations? Using additional resources, address the question of "organizational knowledge" as a definition problem as well as a logistical one.

    Please see article by Andrew Cox titled "Reproducing knowledge: Xerox and the story of knowledge management"

    Knowledge Management is an important issue for the organization as it helps in facilitating the decision making abilities. It helps the ...

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