Knowledge Management to support the operations of Startup business in Thailand

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Nawapon Kewsuwun


This article is intended to present the guideline of “the concept of knowledge management”to support the operations of business organization and performance development of startup business in Thailand through concept of knowledge management for employing to seeking, processing, disseminating, exchanging, and using knowledge that related to operations for achieve the goal. And able to use the knowledge or the resources for organization to improve competitiveness, Including establishing a support system  is conducive to creating innovation and learning environment for employ the knowledge to administration and promoting the sustainable business competitive.


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