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Digital transformation is not a luxury, but a necessity. It is also an essential part of business survival. As such, it is crucial for SMEs to [Read More]


The new second edition of the APO Knowledge Management Facilitators’ Guide (KMFG) reflects the updated APO KM Framework, ISO 30301 Knowledge Management Standard, and Industry 4.0 [Read More]


Published as a companion to Productivity in the Asia-Pacific: Past, Present, and Future, this slim volume defines common productivity terms, practices, and techniques. A handy reference [Read More]


The spread of globalization means that robust corporations must develop constructive labor-management relations in a variety of contexts. The productivity movement in Japan has always been [Read More]


Contains detailed information on 20 essential KM methods and tools and six further recommended tools, both divided into IT and non-IT sections


Eight case studies of non-IT KM utilization for different purposes in SMEs, with explanations of how to use the book and a concluding chapter on takeaway [Read More]


An intensely practical 127-page manual providing technical information needed for energy audits and conservation studies. Examples include fuels and combustion and energy efficiency in boilers.


This casebook is an accompaniment to Knowledge Management: Facilitators’ Guide, with case studies from Scotland and the UK as well as from APO members the ROC, [Read More]


Multiple case studies from each of nine APO member countries plus the results of national surveys on the status of KM document how practices are shifting [Read More]


This practical manual was developed to promote the concept and fundamental of energy conservation in industries to help them become more productive and competitive. The final
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The proceedings of the 2007 International Productivity Conference, where noted speakers gave both theoretical and practical presentations on a variety of KM-oriented topics.


This manual was designed to help NPOs and their clients conduct effective benchmarking, focusing on the “learning and sharing” aspects.


The result of time- and resource-consuming R&D is IPRs, although many developing countries face difficulties in exploiting them for the expected economic returns. The various issues [Read More]


Knowledge workers are important intangible assets and key sources of competitive advantage. Survey reports from India, Malaysia, the Philippines, Singapore, and Thailand illustrate how a variety [Read More]

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