Developing and changing social, economic and political conditions have made it essential to take the right decisions and make strategic moves. In order for decision makers to make correct and consistent decisions, they need to have the right information. Getting the right information is not an instant situation. A process is required to provide accurate information. In today's conditions, where the motivation for "added value" is increasing, it has been experienced that the most important source of this is knowledge. The painful experiences experienced in the periods when the information element was neglected, revealed the importance of accessing the right information in a timely, economical and consistent manner.
In this book, it has been tried to gain a multi-dimensional and interdisciplinary view to the concept of knowledge with faculty members from about 20 different disciplines and professionals who are experts in their fields. In this way, it has been tried to be brought into account that knowledge is the basic and most important input of all branches of science. Thanks to this feature, all concerned, especially academicians, will have the opportunity to examine and examine the approaches of different disciplines to the concept of knowledge as well as their own fields. In this respect, it is thought that it will fill a gap in the field.