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Westminster Business School student awarded Best PhD Paper

10 September 2013

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Maria Granados, Westminster Business School research student, was awarded the Best PhD Paper at the European Conference of Knowledge Management in Kaunas, Lithuania.

This is an accredited conference that provides an international communication forum bringing together academia and industry to discuss the progress made and to address the challenges faced by knowledge-intense organisations and Knowledge Management.

Maria's paper was entitled 'Developing Knowledge Management Capabilities in Social Enterprises: UK experience'.

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