Awarded to Study Six Sigma and Knowledge Management
In simplest terms, "knowledge management" refers to a
process through which organizations generate value from their intellectual and knowledge-based assets. Six Sigma, in its broadest sense, is a methodical approach to reducing and eliminating defects in
any business process. Adrian S. Choo, the recipient of an Educational Society for Resource Management grant, will use the $2,500 award to study the relationship between these two.