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Document Type : Original Research Article


Department of Foreign Language, Takestan Branch, Islamic Azad University, Takestan, Iran


In this study, knowledge management in commercial companies has been studied. In an age where knowledge determines the power and wealth of societies, knowledge management and transfer has become the most important task of societies and organizations within them. Organizations that effectively acquire, create, transfer and use knowledge to improve and improve they do their activities and functions. An organization without knowledge cannot organize itself and survive as a living and dynamic military. Organizations are determined to acquire knowledge and use it. Managers who make tough decisions are more likely to seek out experienced people than to constantly expose their knowledge to decisions instead of searching for information in databases. According to studies, managers obtain two-thirds of their information and knowledge by referring to writings and documents (Davenport, 2000). Moves and promotes the knowledge of organizations and is one of the important factors in empowerment. Build organizations to compete in the supply of the new global economy. Today, organizations are in dire need of increasing quality, value, service and speed in order to be able to expand in the market, and this trend will certainly become more important in the future and will be considered as the biggest organizational competitive advantage in the global economy.

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Knowledge Management in Commercial Companies


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