Last year, I wrote a column entitled, “Do You Have a Chief Knowledge Officer?” (webcpa.com/article.cfm?articleid=14079) aimed at encouraging smaller accounting firms to think about applying knowledge management concepts in their firm operations. One example I gave was an accounting firm that had different individuals responsible for certain subject matter and practice areas so they could inform other firm members by e-mail alerts of important developments.
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