Knowledge management: origins and evolution

Pérez-Montoro, Mario
Since its origins, the discipline of knowledge management has had a unique evolution: going strong at first, followed by solid development, but currently falling into languid stagnation. In this paper we analyze this trajectory by describing the founding context of the discipline and reviewing its evolution using two indicators, the heightened interest in recent decades and the annual scientific production (monographs and articles in indexed journals). Finally, the ecosystem of university training that is focused on knowledge management is described.
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