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  • Van Staden, Roelof Johannes (2009)
    The knowledge economy developed out of the need for more complex products and services. The workers who are able to create such complex products and services are called knowledge workers. The term knowledge worker refers ...
  • Ramsey, Mark Allan (2009-03)
    The success of an organisation depends on the mental capability of a comparatively small number of highly proficient knowledge workers who innovate and clarify the business processes others must act on (Zemke, 2004). Many ...
  • Steyn, Pieter Dirk (2007-11)
    There have been numerous approaches to Knowledge Management (KM) over the past number of years. In addition there is also confusion amongst enterprises and enterprise management as to the role and contribution of KM, the ...
  • Sutherland, M.; Jordaan, W. (SA Journal of Human Resource Management, )
    One of the characteristics of knowledge workers is their high level of mobility. The cost of labour turnover of these key resources is high in both financial and non financial terms. There is thus a need to understand what ...
  • Nortje, Helena J. (2003-08)
    The information economy, brought about by the advances in information and communications technology, has led to significant changes in the work environment. Organisations and workers must be flexible and are required to ...
  • Steyn, P.D.; Du Toit, A.S.A (Department of Information and Knowledge Management, University of Johannesburg, )
    This article focuses on the role of knowledge workers and their contribution to the achievement of an enterprise's objectives. Knowledge workers do not have enough time to keep abreast of new knowledge and need more than ...
  • Venter, Cornelia Maria (2010-05-27)
    The world of work of women has elicited much research locally and abroad. Underpinning the research is the societal norm that men are breadwinners and women are homemakers, which poses a dilemma in terms of gender roles ...
  • Steyn, Piet; Du Toit, Adeline (University of Johannesburg, )
    This paper focuses on the role of the knowledge worker and their contribution to the achievement of an enterprise's objectives. Knowledge workers do not have enough time to keep abreast of new knowledge and need more than ...

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