The Negotiation Process as "Object" of Knowledge of Modern Enterprises: The Contribution of Negotiation ability in the Management of Knowledge

By Damianos Sakas and Nikolaos Konstantopoulos.

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The role of leading team or personality, tends after systematic negotiation to create the sense of the win to win condition treaty, encouraging the Knowledge management

Keywords: Negotiation, Knowledge Management, Communication, Leadership, Reengineering

The International Journal of Knowledge, Culture and Change Management, Volume 5, Issue 11, pp.15-22. Article: Print (Spiral Bound). Article: Electronic (PDF File; 1.988MB).

Dr. Damianos Sakas

Mr Damianos Sakas is member of instructive personnel of University Peloponnese . In the past, he has served in the Press and Communication office of Greek Prime Minister and has academic background and previous experience in Anonymous Companies, in relation with the Administration of Enterprises. He realises his Doctorate in the Enterprising Negotiation. His inquiring fields are in Negotiation, Business Communication and Knowledge Management.

Dr. Nikolaos Konstantopoulos

Dr Nikolaos Konstantopoulos is Assistant Professor to University of the Aegean. In the past he has been Director of Communication and Human Resources in anonymous companies. His inquiring interests are Strategic Management, Entrepreneurship, Business Organization, Negotiation.

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