Looking Beyond Integration, Pharma Warms Up to Knowledge Management | GenomeWeb

Along with stock options and online pet supplies, the mid-to-late nineties brought an unprecedented level of hype to the concept of “knowledge management” or KM — a technology-driven approach to sharing information across an organization. Like other fads of the dot-com era, knowledge management quickly fell out of favor as implementations proved costly and ineffective. However, in the life sciences arena, it seems the concept may not be destined to go the way of the Macarena just yet.

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