Opinion: Human Factor in Knowledge Leadership is Crucial (Finnish newspaper Aamulehti April 1st, 2015)

Human factor is important in Knowledge Management

"‹M-Brain founder and Tietoasiantuntijat ry chairwoman Marjukka Nyberg and senior lecturer at Haaga-Helia AMK Martin Stenberg write in Finnish newspaper Aamulehti about the cruciality of the human factor in knowledge leadership, despite the technology being seen as the key factor in team reports.

M-Brain founder and Tietoasiantuntijat ry chairwoman Marjukka Nyberg and senior lecturer at Haaga-Helia AMK Martin Stenberg write in Finnish newspaper Aamulehti about the cruciality of the human factor in knowledge leadership, despite the technology being seen as the key factor in team reports.

Knowledge and expertise can be brought about only by innovative personnel. Research indicates that companies don’t know how to benefit from using the employees’ know-how.

Sustainable development of knowledge capital also requires a comprehensive investment in work well-being. The authors note that education needs to feature emphasis on innovation and creativity in order to produce critical, creative and entrepreneurial players.

Read the full text in Finnish here.

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