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Software's "Functional Coding" and personnel mobility in technology transfer: linkage fields between industry and publicly funded research

Juan D. Rogers
2001 International Journal of Technology Management  
our case suggests a high degree of tacit knowledge.  ...  So tacit knowledge is much more important for technology than it is for science.  ... 
doi:10.1504/ijtm.2001.002994 fatcat:67fon5meuvcmznxj3x4vf5lrvy

Linkage Knowledge Management and Data Mining in E-business: Case study [chapter]

Ming-Chang Lee
2010 Knowledge Management  
We then present on linkages or supplementary relationships between the knowledge management and e-business with data mining.  ...  Therefore, firstly, it will brief review the existing on knowledge management, e-business, and data mining, decision support system.  ...  Key Learning Based on Sequent's experience with SCEL, Swanson offers the following key leanings:  Look for the business linkage.  ... 
doi:10.5772/9537 fatcat:u6ivex53rvgudipxvxpqsvfjzq

A survey of knowledge-based information systems for urban planning: moving towards knowledge management

B Rubenstein-Montano
2000 Computers, Environment and Urban Systems  
Such systems are designed within the context of knowledge management where the technical, computerized aspects of the systems comprise one attribute among many integrated factors for providing urban planning  ...  A solid waste management example is used to illustrate the shift to urban knowledge systems. #  ...  tacit knowledge for planning support; and (4) linkage of a targeted planning problem with planning objectives.  ... 
doi:10.1016/s0198-9715(99)00055-1 fatcat:shtzeuu5a5gznh2sg2aloyhqum

Managing supply chain knowledge-based linkages for improving operational performance

Marianna Marra, William Ho, Carman Ka Man Lee
2016 Knowledge Management Research & Practice  
The analysis of multiple case studies using SNA would provide a deeper understanding of the relationship between the knowledge-based linkages at all levels of the supply chain and the integration of knowledge  ...  Findings -With the aid of the SNA, the internal knowledge-based linkages were mapped and visualized.  ...  The analysis of multiple case studies using SNA would provide a deeper understanding of the relationship between the knowledge-based linkages at all levels of the supply chain and the integration of knowledge  ... 
doi:10.1057/kmrp.2014.28 fatcat:kjtgmzibsvgtpnmkyhd32rsgye

Dynamic Knowledge Patterns to Inform Design: A Field Study of Knowledge Stocks and Flows in an Extreme Organization

MARK E. NISSEN
2005 Journal of Management Information Systems  
In 2002, he spent his sabbatical year at Stanford integrating knowledge flow theory into agent-based tools for computational modeling.  ...  This provides a basis for developing new, testable research hypotheses regarding direct linkages between organizational work flows and perfor- mance, in addition to separate, indirect linkages with both  ... 
doi:10.2753/mis0742-1222220308 fatcat:zz7q3bpgqbat7gomuyh5yiks24

Prospering in Dynamically-Competitive Environments: Organizational Capability as Knowledge Integration [chapter]

R GRANT
1999 Knowledge and Strategy  
The theory is used to explore firms" potential for establishing competitive advantage in dynamic market settings, including the role of firm networks under conditions of unstable linkages between knowledge  ...  is the integration of individuals' specialized knowledge.  ...  For this reason, Demsetz (1991) refers to "firm-like organizations".  ... 
doi:10.1016/b978-0-7506-7088-3.50011-5 fatcat:r7vs7juzyjhllasmqcs3vi736m

Prospering in Dynamically-Competitive Environments: Organizational Capability as Knowledge Integration

Robert M. Grant
1996 Organization science (Providence, R.I.)  
The theory is used to explore firms" potential for establishing competitive advantage in dynamic market settings, including the role of firm networks under conditions of unstable linkages between knowledge  ...  is the integration of individuals' specialized knowledge.  ...  For this reason, Demsetz (1991) refers to "firm-like organizations".  ... 
doi:10.1287/orsc.7.4.375 fatcat:t46fy5f7u5gvtpjboi4llk2xa4

A Merged Future for Knowledge Management and Enterprise Modeling [chapter]

H. Ted Goranson, Michael N. Huhns, James G. Nell, Hervé Panetto, Guillermina Tonno Carbó, Michael Wunram
2003 IFIP Advances in Information and Communication Technology  
tacit knowledge.  ...  Moreover, an agent-based system seems inevitable because it is the only scalable strategy for either knowledge or model management.  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-0-387-35621-1_5 fatcat:joakxay4p5c2lmk3d7hwy2y2wa

Building script-based tacit knowledge in call centre trainees

Robert J McQueen, Jihong Chen
2010 Knowledge Management Research & Practice  
An exploratory case study on a technical support call centre in China is presented, which investigates a new paradigm that script-based tacit knowledge for action is built in the brains of learners, rather  ...  Twelve techniques used by the case study organization to build tacit knowledge scripts in the minds of the trainees are discussed.  ...  Table 3 shows the linkages between the derived six-stage model for processing script-based tacit knowledge and the steps that were observed in the case study observations.  ... 
doi:10.1057/kmrp.2010.18 fatcat:k2fizx3uhjcppfwfgokqoi3w2u

Knowledge Integration in Large-Scale Organizations and Networks – Conceptual Overview and Operational Definition

Marc Haddad, Kirkor Bozdogan
2009 Social Science Research Network  
Knowledge integration in this context is done through a process of transferring knowledge from multiple sources in the organizational network to where it is needed, combining it with existing knowledge  ...  An operational definition for knowledge integration is also proposed, followed by a systematic identification and classification of the different strategies, practices, channels and mechanisms for integrating  ...  In that sense, direct is synonymous with directed integration.  ... 
doi:10.2139/ssrn.1437029 fatcat:tnsru6qt6jfclkyhmwejvx4da4

Knowledge Transfer in Educational Projects

Adrian Adam, Gabriela Prostean, Andra Badea, Octavian Prostean
2015 Procedia - Social and Behavioral Sciences  
, based on best techniques of converting combinations for tacit knowledge into explicit knowledge.  ...  The research methodology of this paper illustrates the steps of TOCTP integration by problem diagnosing, designing the solutions plan and integrating the solutions plan into a conceptual model for knowledge  ...  , based on combinations of the best techniques of converting the tacit knowledge into explicit knowledge.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.sbspro.2015.04.346 fatcat:53nhsh5srfbxrpf22e7jujwlke

Participatory integrated coastal zone management in Vietnam: Theory versus practice case study: Thua Thien Hue province

Bieke Abelshausen, Tom Vanwing, Wolfgang Jacquet
2015 Journal of Marine and Island Cultures  
Qualitative research in bi-directional knowledge sharing and stakeholder participation in Integrated Coastal Zone Management (ICZM) was conducted in the provinces of Thua Thien Hue in Vietnam.  ...  This combination is described as a participatory approach that allows for bi-directional knowledge sharing.  ...  Karl Bruckmeier of the University of Gothenburg, School of global studies for his guidance throughout the research.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.imic.2015.06.004 fatcat:bgyfz3cv3zffnlvx3vwq2365rm

Effectiveness of knowledge-based multinational management on global supply chain excellence

Sang-Yoon Lee, Young-Ki Kim, Seong-Tae Kim
2013 Journal of International Logistics and Trade  
In light of this, the utility of multinational management based on knowledge is increased.  ...  The empirical results of this study reveal important linkages between a multinational firm's knowledge management system and knowledge creation process, as well as between its knowledge creation process  ...  In light of this, the utility of knowledge-based multinational management is increased.  ... 
doi:10.24006/jilt.2013.11.3.69 fatcat:owfrhpy5yveirdfdfqixt2ajby

The geographical dispersion of inventor networks in peripheral economies

Marcelo Cano-Kollmann, Ram Mudambi, Ana Teresa Tavares-Lehmann
2022 ZFW – Advances in Economic Geography  
Our results, based on data from Portugal and Greece are consistent with our hypotheses.  ...  This implies that innovation that relies mostly on tacit knowledge will provide limited connectivity benefits for peripheral economies' innovation systems.  ...  Finally, Hypothesis 3 predicts that innovation leaders are more capable to integrate tacit knowledge innovation across geographic space.  ... 
doi:10.1515/zfw-2022-0002 fatcat:hiseopk57vh4tcnyrz2eozey2q

Value chains, networks and clusters: reframing the global automotive industry

T. Sturgeon, J. Van Biesebroeck, G. Gereffi
2008 Journal of Economic Geography  
As work shifted to the supply base, lead firms and suppliers were forced to develop relational linkages to support the exchange of complex uncodified information and tacit knowledge.  ...  This case study underlines the need for an open, scalable approach to the study global industries.  ...  they inevitably involve the long distance transfer of tacit knowledge.  ... 
doi:10.1093/jeg/lbn007 fatcat:m7jjf43aonhvzdn6dlagpu4wby
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