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Literature review 3
Knowledge management 4 The development of social network and social media 5
The process of innovation and knowledge transmission in the organization 7
Case of American Express 9
Analysis and Discussion 11
We know that the innovation is the power to push the development of our society, and organizations are the pioneer of innovation, at the same time people find that knowledge management (KM) is the most important way to support innovation, so The KM has become a important field of increasing practical interest to managers, professionals, and also to organizational consultants. But what is knowledge management? How could it support the innovation? The development of social media offers a great channel for companies to enhance their knowledge management, at the same time also create a better innovation
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