Muhammad Mohiuddin

Laval University

Muhammad Mohiuddin, PhD, is an assistant professor of International Business at Thompson Rivers University, Kamloops, British Columbia, Canada. He has also taught at Laval University, Quebec, Canada, and previously at the University of Paris-Est Creteil, Paris, France; Osnabruck University of Applied Science, Germany; Tianjin University of Technology, China; and Shanghai Institute of Technology, China, as guest lecturer/visiting professor. His research interests focuses on knowledge management strategy, offshore outsourcing and developing dynamic capabilities, innovation and industry 4.0, emerging markets, and social entrepreneurship. He has presented his research in many international conferences including Strategic Management Society (SMS) and Academy of International Business (AIB). Dr. Mohiuddin has published more than 30 articles in peer-reviewed journals and several book chapters.

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Knowledge management (KM) has become an important business strategy in an era of accelerated globalization, digitalization, and servitization of products and services. Maximizing the use of organizational resources becomes fundamental for continuous growth and prosperity. Organizations of various kinds such as resource-based organizations, product-based organizations, as well as knowledge-intensive service-oriented organizations require specific policies and support services to improve the knowledge management in their respective organizations. Knowledge Management Strategies and Applications focuses on the way organizations can create knowledge, share existing or new knowledge, and disseminate them among the stakeholders, most importantly among the employees, managers, customers, and suppliers. The selected topics are drawn from several fields of studies and give a multidisciplinary outlook. The book will be interesting not only for the researchers and students but also for the managers who want to improve knowledge sharing and innovation capabilities in their organizations.

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