Knowledge management and changing psychological contracts

Common Ground Publishing
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Journal Article
International Journal of Knowledge Culture and Change Management, 2004, 4 (1), pp. 349 - 354
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The literature on knowledge management has been curiously silent about the role of knowledge management as a method of supporting a neo-liberal agenda of organizational anorexia and professional disempowerment. This paper suggests that the impact of knowledge management praxis needs to be considered in the light of a changing psychological contract that may have detrimental effects on both individuals and organisations.
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