Translated Titles

LIS Professionals and the Knowledge Management


邱子恆(Tzu-Heng Chiu)

Key Words

知識管理 ; 圖書資訊專業人員 ; 專門圖書館員 ; 公司圖書館員 ; Knowledge Management ; LIS Professionals ; Special Librarians ; Corporate Librarians



Volume or Term/Year and Month of Publication

19卷4期(2002 / 06 / 01)

Page #

33 - 52

Content Language


Chinese Abstract


English Abstract

The era of knowledge economy has come, and knowledge has become a key resource for improving the competitiveness of an enterprise. As a result, Knowledge Management (KM) becomes the most important strategy of business administration in the 21st century. Among all the LIS professionals, corporate librarians are most affected by KM. This article begins with the transformation of information services and special librarians' roles, followed by the clarification between KM and information management. Lastly, the author explains how LIS professionals apply their competencies and skills to the filed of KM. It is the author's hope to present some useful information for practitioners and LIS students interested in KM.

Topic Category 人文學 > 圖書資訊學
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