This article provides some thoughtful commentary on how culture and knowledge management intersect. For those of us in health care trying to affect knowledge transfer, I think the strategy of building projects that don't run upstream against the ingrained hierarchical culture, but get you in the door, per se, to establish tools that illustrate value, is a nice approach. Enjoy and share your thoughts!
‘Think of others’ in knowledge management: making culture work for you. (pdf)
Jay Liebowitz. Knowledge Management Research and Practice.2008;6:47-51.
The effect of facility characteristics on patient safety, patient experience, and service availability for procedures in non–hospital-affiliated outpatient settings: a systematic review. - Berglas NF, Battistelli MF, Nicholson WK, Sobota M, Urman RD, Roberts SCM. PLoS ONE. 2018;13:e0190975.
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