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Abstract

Whilst reporting into a knowledge and know-how line within a business is one of the most common lines of reporting in knowledge-based businesses and may at first seem like a natural fit for an information team, in practice, it can be one of the most challenging reporting lines of all. This model looks at some of these challenges and offers advice on overcoming some of the hurdles you may encounter.

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By Robin Neidorf

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