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Title: Information as a tool for management decision making : a case study of Singapore
Authors: De Alwis, Shrianjani Marie Gina
Keywords: DRNTU::Library and information science::Libraries::Knowledge management
Issue Date: 1997
Abstract: As Singapore approaches the year 2000, it is faced with the opening of new markets within Asia and threats from rapid economic growth in the neighbouring countries. Companies in Singapore, therefore, need to build a capacity for learning to compete effectively in the 21st century and the critical success factor for this purpose has been identified as accessing, using and creating new knowledge. Thus it is crucial that Singapore's managers have ready access to information and knowledge, which used strategically would allow them to be better decision makers and thereby lead their companies to achieve that much sought after competitive edge.
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