Knowledge is Power: More than a bumper sticker Foucault's Discourse Analysis as a Conceptual Basis for Knowledge Management

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Knowledge Management: Innovation, Technology and Cultures, 2007, 1, pp. 201 - 210
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The phrase 'Knowledge is Power' has become a cliche in contemporary management discourse: a catch-cry taken up by executives, the media, politicians, motivational speaker and knowledge management professionals. Yet despite this, as several critics have noted (Schultze, 199; Olsson and Halbwirth, 2006) there has been relatively little attempt made by knowledge management writers to develop a credible conceptual foundation to examine the relationship between knowledge and power and their implications for knowledge management practice
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