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Knowledge Economy
The Indian Challenge

First Edition
Edited by:
  • Ashoka Chandra - International Management Institute, Delhi, India
  • M K Khanijo - International Management Institute, Delhi, India


February 2009 | 320 pages | SAGE Publications Pvt. Ltd

Knowledge Economy: The Indian Challenge engages with the challenge of transforming the Indian economy to a knowledge economy. Thus, it looks at change management of the economy with a focus on:

• Economic trends and critical activities contributing to the desired change
• Educational issues for preparing the human resources
• Structural issues for developing institutional frameworks
• Societal issues for ultimately benefiting stakeholders

 

 
 
Preface
Ashoka Chandra and M K Khanijo
Overview
 
PART I: DIRECTIONS OF CHANGE TOWARDS A KNOWLEDGE ECONOMY
Vinod Kumar, Harsha Sinvhal and Vinay K Nangia
Mapping the Directions of Transition from Industrial Economy to Knowledge Economy
Vidhu Shekhar Jha, Siddharth Mahajan and Himanshu Joshi
Conceptual and Assessment Dimensions of Knowledge Management: An Overview
Ravi Prakash
Knowledge Management in a Manufacturing Organization
K Narayanan and Savita Bhat
Structure and Behaviour of IT Firms in India
 
PART II: TRENDS AND ISSUES IN FORMULATING POLICY INITIATIVES AND DEVELOPING STRATEGIES OF CHANGE MANAGEMENT FOR TRANSFORMATION FROM INDUSTRIAL AGE TO INFORMATION AGE
Arindam Banik and Pradip Bhaumik
India's Transition to Knowledge Economy: Variation across States
Siddharth Mahajan, Ashoka Chandra and Mainak Sarkar
An Approach to Developing Knowledge Economy Indicators for Individual States
Himanshu Joshi, Vidhu Shekhar Jha and Siddharth Mahajan
Knowledge Management Initiative and Practice for Moving Towards Learning Organisation and Business Excellence
Subhash Sharma
New Approaches to Management Research and Knowledge Building: Division, D-Vision and Direct Vision Approaches and Their Convergence
M D G Koreth
A Note on Change Management Processes
 
PART III: HUMAN RESOURCE DEVELOPMENT FOR THE KNOWLEDGE ECONOMY
Prema Rajagopalan and M S Mathews
Identifying New Knowledge Streams in the Evolving Knowledge Economy
 
PART IV: SCOPE AND SIGNIFICANCE OF KNOWLEDGE, TECHNOLOGY, R&D AND INNOVATION MANAGEMENT FOR THE EMERGUNG KNOWLEDGE ECONOMY
Prema Rajagopalan and M S Mathews
Key Stakeholders for the Knowledge Economy
Abid Hussain
Knowledge, Science and Technology
Rajeeva Ratna Shah
Innovation in Knowledge Economy
A K Sengupta
Intellectual Property Rights in Knowledge Management
Naresh Kumar
Research Planning and Management in a Knowledge-intensive R&D Organization: The Case of CSIR-India
Arun P Sinha
Strategy and Structure in the Knowledge Enterprise
K K Sarkar
Expectations of SME Sector from Knowledge Economy
T S Krishna Murthy
New Public Management in the Emerging Knowledge Economy
 
PART V: CREATING A NETWORK OF KNOWLEDGE INSTITUTIONS
M S Mathews and Prema Rajagopalan
Networking of Knowledge Institutions
Arundhati Chattopadhyay, G S Krishnan and U S Singh
International Networking for Knowledge Management
Niraj Kumar
International Partnering for Capacity Building in IMTT: An IIFT Initiative
K Sankaran
Sensitivity to Self-organization and Effectiveness of IT Networks in the Social Sector
 
PART VI: APLLICATION OF KNOWLEDGE MANAGEMENT FOR ACHIEVING SOCIAL OBJECTIVES
Surinder Batra
Promoting the Use of Knowledge Management as a Tool for Securing Larger Good of the Society
Mainak Sarkar and Siddharth Mahajan
Knowledge Management and Human Development
Sanjay Dhar
Knowledge Management as a Change Driver
Promoting the use of Knowledge Management as a Tool for Securing Larger Good of the Society  
Runa Sarkar and Jayanta Chatterjee
A Digital Ecosystem Model for Competitive Agriculture in the Knowledge Economy
Nagendra P Singh
Development Leadership in a Knowledge Economy
Divya Kirti Gupta
Appendix: Towards Knowledge Society-A Discussion
 
Index

The entire book touches upon important areas that India must consider while transiting into a knowledge economy; it also touches some Knowledge Management concepts.

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