Integrating Knowledge Management in Library and Information Center through Technology


  • S. Chandrasekaran Head, Learning Resource Centre, PSG Institute of Management, Coimbatore, Tamil Nadu, India
  • K. S. Shivraj University Librarian, K.L. University, Andra Pradesh, India
  • M. A. Deepamala Research Scholor, Anna University, Tamilnadu, India



Integrating Knowledge, Library, Information center


Knowledge Management (KM) is a concept in which an enterprise consciously and comprehensively gathers, organizes, analyses and shares its knowledge in terms of resources, documents and people skills. Specific knowledge management activities help focus the organisation on acquiring, storing and utilizing knowledge for such things as problem, solving, dynamic learning, strategic planning and decision making. In the present context, Knowledge is the most important factor in the long-term success of both an individual and organization, which incorporate the knowledge assets for the development of the organization. The purpose of knowledge management is to develop the organization at any cost. 



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How to Cite

Chandrasekaran, S., Shivraj, K. S., & Deepamala, M. A. (2014). Integrating Knowledge Management in Library and Information Center through Technology. Asian Journal of Managerial Science, 3(2), 22–24.