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  1. Moss, Taylor Mae MS, MSN, RN, FAAN


Knowledge management provides a means for sharing data, lessons learned, and accumulated knowledge throughout an organization or within an entire industry. Gone are the days of hoarding knowledge to ensure job security; today's workers and managers must work together to find new and innovative ways to use what they know and optimize how that knowledge is accessed. Knowledge management's new approach to shared intellectual resources has implications for workers and managers in all fields and promises to redraw the management landscape. But are healthcare organizations setting the stage for reengineering themselves all over again?