The Knowledge Management Society of Japan (KMSJ) was established in Jan.1998, with support by Japanese prominent think tanks and academic circles advancing in KM.
Their mission is to engage in extensive studies about KM and to support developments of the relevant,introducing KM in Japanese business world, by practical approaches as well as by theoretical approaches.
The KMSJ has expanded its activity field not only in domestic Japan with almost 700 individual members but also in international cooperation with knowledge societies in other countries such as France, Hong Kong, Singapore and Taiwan.
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