Category Archives: Tacit knowledge

Tacit Knowledge Network Development

Knowledge-based groups or communities are complex systems that emerge, evolve and mature through stages that display specific features and capabilities of the community or group. Understanding these capabilities and features are fundamental to building sustainable economic, social and learning networks … Continue reading

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Building Knowledge Sharing Communities

It is difficult for organizations to effectively manage personal knowledge so it can be mobilized, shared, and rewarded to benefit the organization. The difficulties are compounded in large organizations where people with potentially valuable knowledge are unknown to one another … Continue reading

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Engaging Tacit Knowledge in Support of Organizational Learning

Purpose—To identify and develop an understanding of the aspects of tacit knowledge that play a significant role in enabling organizational learning. Design/methodology/approach—Taking a multi-dimensional approach, this paper moves toward an understanding of tacit knowledge through the lens of neuroscience, evolutionary … Continue reading

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