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Total Words 3121 Including Executive Summary and Appendices Contents No Description Page No 1Executive Summary3 2Introduction 4 3Sainsburys PLC as a Knowledge-Based Organisation5 4Introduction of GlobalNetXchage 7 5Transformation Process 8 6Knowledge Management Strategy 10 7Conclusion and Recommendation 11 8Reference and Appendix 12 Executive Summary The coursework is mainly focused on the organisational changes in past few years According to Prof Petew from Warwick Business School There is a huge change in UK and some of the international firms across the globe Every company specially a knowledge-based firm is trying to be more focused in utilising knowledge of its people within the organisation to achieve their business targets The Knowledge is the most powerful tool of any organisation it is an intangible asset which does not appear on the companys financial statements Some small organisations thinks that they do not have to do anything with it In fact knowledge management is the most powerful tool for every size of organisation and it does not discriminate of its size or any industry it is running in A tacit knowledge is something which is in mind of the person it can not be articulated or transformed but when shared with other colleagues It can help in converting it to explicit knowledge Companies are now aligning their strategies where an exciting culture can introduced where knowledge sharing can be encouraged and rewarded To remain competitive organisations must efficiently and effectively create locate capture and share their organisations knowledge and expertise Michael H Zack Sloan Management Review 1998 Lecture Notes In this coursework the company I chose for my research in this particular areas is J-Sainsburys Plc In year 2000 the company introduce
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