Dr. Barnowe has served as a Fulbright professor in China, Norway, and Poland. His research interests include personal value systems, comparative social capital, and the organizational changes that accompany transition from central planning. His teaching specialties include organizational development and change, international business, and human resource management.

Implications of Culture in Implementing Knowledge Management

This paper discusses how organizational and national culture impact knowledge management implementation, and how to manage change to create knowledge management cultures.

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