The Notion of Organizational Knowledge Systems
This research paper aims to explain several concepts
(organization learning (OL), knowledge management (KM),
talent management (TM) practices and organizational
knowledge systems (OKS) in order to have good understanding
of the subject. Using an in-depth analysis of the extant
literature, this paper discusses the TM practices, OL processes
and KM. This research offers valuable insights into the notion of
the OKS that will help potential scholars and practitioners. This
paper has focused on OKS which has not been addressed in the
literature before. The research paper helps creating a complete
vision about the OKS and filling the gap in the literature.
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