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Knowledge On The Lot 2012
Knowledge On The Lot 2012
Uploaded by knowledge on 04/24/2012
Digital publication details: 100 pages.

Knowledge On The Lot - Autumn/Winter 2011
Knowledge On The Lot - Autumn/Winter 2011
Uploaded by knowledge on 10/22/2011
Digital publication details: 100 pages.
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Knowledge Management for Knowledge Workers
Knowledge workers represent more than half of all employees in advanced economies. In general knowledge workers are people who, when working, use their brain more than their muscles. Agricultural and industrial worlds depended on the work of manual workers and the life standard of their inhabitants and the success of agricultural and industrial organizations grew due to the increase of manual worker productivity. Existing knowledge economy depends on the work of knowledge workers and the labour productivity they can achieve. Knowledge is a major resource and tool that knowledge workers use to create values. Therefore, the way work with knowledge is organized in an organization influences the productivity of knowledge workers. This article discusses the results of research on knowledge management in organizations in the Czech Republic. This research started at the University of Economics, Prague in 2004 and continues today.
Uploaded by on 08/27/2011
Digital publication details: 11 pages.

Harvesting Knowledge
If 80% of knowledge is unwritten and largely unspoken, we first need to elicit that before we can articulate, share, and make wider use of it. Knowledge harvesting is one way to draw out and package tacit knowledge to help others adapt, personalize, and apply it; build organizational capacity; and preserve institutional memory.
Uploaded by celcius233 on 04/14/2010
Digital publication details: 5 pages.

Increasing Transferability of Tacit Knowledge with Knowledge Engineering Methods
Abstract: Knowledge transfer is a real challenge for organizations and particularly for those who have based their strategy on knowledge codification using knowledge engineering methods. These organizations are facing one major problem: their knowledge repository is used by few persons. Why? In this article, we identify barriers for transfer and appropriation of codified knowledge referential. We show that codified knowledge transfer should be a specific collaborative process taking into account three aspects: complexity and specificity of codified knowledge, readers’ profiles, and exchange channels. Then, we propose to improve knowledge transfer process by developing new specifications for the codified knowledge to increase its transferability and by elaborating a pertinent shared context for knowledge interpretation. It is an empirical methodology which optimizes continuity between knowledge codification and knowledge transfer.
Uploaded by on 12/31/1969
Digital publication details: 12 pages.

A Critical Analysis of Nonaka's Model of Knowledge Dynamics
The purpose of this paper is to present a critical analysis of the well known knowledge dynamics model elaborated by Ikujiro Nonaka and his co-workers. The essence of this model consists of three layers of the knowledge-creation process: (a) the process of knowledge creation through socialization-externalization-combination-internalization (SECI), the knowledge conversion process between tacit and explicit knowledge; (b) Ba —the platform for knowledge creation; (c) knowledge assets. The success and popularity of this model created premises and temptations for using it beyond the conceptual limits initially defined, generating this way a superficial interpretation of the complex organizational knowledge dynamics. Our critical analysis aims at the investigation of the operational power of Nonaka's model of knowledge dynamics within the framework of organizational knowledge. In the same time, we would like to apply the entropy law to SECI model and to see how the conversion...
Uploaded by on 08/26/2010
Digital publication details: 8 pages.

Understanding Knowledge Management and Learning Essentials
People gain knowledge if they learn from experience. Learning is thus a vital component of knowledge management and its ultimate end. Collective learning comes from participating in the social processes of collaboration, sharing knowledge, and building on one another’s ideas. This Knowledge Primer lays emphasis on core knowledge activities; recommends a knowledge management architecture; distinguishes single-, double-, and triple-loop learning; particularizes motivations behind knowledge management efforts; and flags cultural roadblocks to knowledge management success.
Uploaded by celcius233 on 06/30/2012
Digital publication details: 19 pages.

Critical Knowledge Map as a Decision Tool for Knowledge Transfer Actions
Knowledge transfer is no longer reducible to classical solutions such as face-to-face training, technical education or tutoring. Knowledge to be transferred is professional knowledge (Business Knowledge). It involves the whole Knowledge Capital within an organization. Identifying the knowledge components that are worthwhile transferring is not an easy task. This is the problem addressed in this paper.
Uploaded by on 06/06/2010
Digital publication details: 12 pages.

Auditing Knowledge
Knowledge audits help organizations identify their knowledge-based assets and develop strategies to manage them.
Uploaded by celcius233 on 10/14/2008
Digital publication details: 4 pages.

Organisational Knowledge Base and Knowledge Transfer in the Shipping Industry
Severe shortages of skilled and qualified personnel in the shipping industry have been addressed in different ways. This paper looks into the issue from a new perspective where high mobility in the shipping industry is seen as a vehicle of knowledge flows that can be used for knowledge transfer. This paper argues that while organisations cannot stop personnel leaving, it is possible, however, to retain part of the knowledge that these leaving personnel carry through effective knowledge management practices. This paper introduces organizational knowledge base (OKB) and identifies knowledge flows both at organizational and industrial levels showing that much can be done to effectively utilise knowledge spillovers brought about by high personnel mobility in the shipping industry. The paper then examines the barriers and facilitators of knowledge transfer in the context of the shipping industry. Due to the unique characteristics of the shipping industry such as the absence of genuine...
Uploaded by on 06/13/2009
Digital publication details: 16 pages.
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