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Deliberative democracy and the problem of tacit knowledge

Jonathan Benson
2018 Politics, Philosophy and Economics  
This article defends deliberative democracy against the problem of tacit knowledge.  ...  After pointing to the limitations of market alternatives, deliberative democracy is defended by arguing that tacit knowledge can be brought into deliberation through the mechanism of trust in testimony  ...  The next section will discuss the problem of tacit knowledge and its challenge to deliberative democracy.  ... 
doi:10.1177/1470594x18782086 fatcat:3ms7ke7bkve3vkxu3tij5lqcl4

Tacit and explicit knowledge from the point of learning processess - sketching critical approach

Tuomo Takala
2008 Problems and Perspectives in Management  
In other words, the mainstream of management studies has expanded. This is a good thing, as stiffness and formalism tend to erode and narrow down the transforming science of management.  ...  On the other hand, the postmodern polyphony of voices has increased. A functional managerial research approach is no longer the only form of "official" management science.  ...  Without a theory of intelligence it is not possible to understand memory (Spender, 1996) .  ... 
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What Happens with the New Guy? Tackling the Problem of Tacit Knowledge through Social Networks

Alexandra Galli-Debicella
2020 Journal of Management Research  
Tacit knowledge is the key to business continuity and retaining core knowledge during organizational change.  ...  The purpose of the paper is to explore when social networks matter more for tacit knowledge communications and what types of social networks are most effective at transmitting tacit knowledge.  ...  The aforementioned problems with tacit knowledge come down to the single point that it cannot be easily conveyed, as its owner never had to state the knowledge in a clear and precise way (e.g. subjective  ... 
doi:10.5296/jmr.v12i4.17696 fatcat:psrbcmksbnbe5ffsz6q35t7nxe

How COVID-19 Impacted The Tacit Knowledge and Social Interaction of Global NPD Project Teams

Michele Angelo Cecchi, Stuart Grant, Matthias Seiler, Neil Turner, Richard Adams, Keith Goffin
2022 Research technology management  
The complexity framework offers managers an effective way to analyze problems and to generate solutions to manage tacit knowledge and social interaction in dispersed global NPD project teams.  ...  COVID-19's Impact on Global R&D With its emphasis on generating new knowledge, face-to-face interactions to support tacit knowledge transfer, internal and external collaborations, cultural tolerance and  ...  We posit the idea of "tacit knowledge half-life"-that is, the ability of teams to share tacit knowledge will decay over time if participants remain predominantly dispersed.  ... 
doi:10.1080/08956308.2022.2020566 fatcat:deprmbrrdrd4ne6luplbv2pzti

Background and Foreground Knowledge in knowledge management [chapter]

J. Zheng, M. Zhou, J. Mo, A. Tharumarajah
2001 Global Engineering, Manufacturing and Enterprise Networks  
The new model, Executable Knowledge Model (EKM), can distinguish foreground and background knowledge and it defines a determinable boundary for executable and nonexecutable knowledge in knowledge management  ...  This model provides strong executable and testable properties of knowledge in knowledge management to guide further knowledge management development. J. P. T. Mo et al.  ...  As the meanings of implicit knowledge, it will be possible to have a procedure to make implicit knowledge explicit.  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-0-387-35412-5_39 fatcat:prmnh3cscbedfc3itl3hzzygle

Tacit knowledge transfer and the knowledge disconnect

Ted Foos, Gary Schum, Sandra Rothenberg
2006 Journal of Knowledge Management  
It also finds that the subject of tacit knowledge transfer, content and process, is poorly understood.  ...  Purpose -The purpose of this paper is to look at some of the factors that influence the transfer of tacit knowledge between two product development partners.  ...  One way to build this long-term relationship is to start the relationship as early as possible.  ... 
doi:10.1108/13673270610650067 fatcat:3fdcvcdhcbdazc2wsn4bg7klhe

Knowledge Dynamics

2008 Informatică economică  
Data is a set of discrete symbols or signs used to express facts about events.  ...  Still, data tells nothing about why or how these events happen and they do not contain explanations or interpretations of the eventual changes of events.  ...  The need to make the most of organizational knowledge, to get as much value as possible from it is greater now than in the past.  ... 
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Perspective—Tacit Knowledge and Knowledge Conversion: Controversy and Advancement in Organizational Knowledge Creation Theory

Ikujiro Nonaka, Georg von Krogh
2009 Organization science (Providence, R.I.)  
The purpose of this article is to introduce and comment on the debate about organizational knowledge creation theory.  ...  A dynamic theory of organizational knowledge creation. Organ. Sci. 5(1) 14-37] contributed to the concepts of "tacit knowledge" and "knowledge conversion" in organization science.  ...  A previous version of this paper was presented at a faculty seminar on October 10, 2008, at Universidade Nova de Lisboa, Portugal.  ... 
doi:10.1287/orsc.1080.0412 fatcat:krsq6zsgefalderqck4cph4ia4

Knowledge Management Model For Managing Knowledge Among Related Organizations

Mahboubeh Molaei
2011 Zenodo  
Each organization has its internal knowledge management system, in some of organizations the system face the lack of expert people to save their experience in the repository and in another hand on some  ...  other organizations there are lots of expert people but the organization doesn-t have the maximum use of their knowledge.  ...  The four parts which is under the "creation" phase shows Nonaka's four modes of knowledge creation which are: 1-Socialization (the conversion of tacit knowledge to another new tacit knowledge via social  ... 
doi:10.5281/zenodo.1329926 fatcat:wp5n7cyjprhy5isgzigspok2wq

Facilitating knowledge creation by knowledge assets

Shih-Wei Chou, Mong-Young He
2004 37th Annual Hawaii International Conference on System Sciences, 2004. Proceedings of the  
A comprehensive and feasible model that delineates the interrelationships between knowledge assets and knowledge creation processes is absent. This study aims to fill this void.  ...  In order to test the feasibility of this framework, we conducted an empirical research.  ...  Externalization is the process of articulating tacit knowledge into explicit knowledge [16] .  ... 
doi:10.1109/hicss.2004.1265584 dblp:conf/hicss/ChouH04 fatcat:tzxbf7osw5a7fext7lqxapuvnu

Technical knowledge creation: Enabling tacit knowledge use

Peder Veng Søberg, Atanu Chaudhuri
2018 Knowledge and Process Management  
Technical knowledge creation in nascent high tech industries requires opportunities to work with and further develop knowledge in its tacit form.  ...  ideas to mature in a tacit form, whereas cognitive neuroscience data suggests that technical knowledge creation is largely nonlinguistic.  ...  Rather than attempting to convert tacit knowledge into explicit knowledge, it is sometimes sufficient and faster to enable the use of tacit knowledge in its tacit form or gradually externalize only a part  ... 
doi:10.1002/kpm.1563 fatcat:got3wtluvfa7bdlt7xs4hjud7e

Knowledge based higher education

J. Havlíček, J. Hron, I. Tichá
2012 Agricultural Economics (AGRICECON)  
The following problems have to be solved in building of knowledge based curriculum: Methodology and organisation of educational process. Technical support for knowledge based education.  ...  The data, the most plentiful type, are at the bottom, information, produced from data, is above it and knowledge, produced from information through the hard work of refining or mining, above it.  ...  Proponents of this approach claim that it is possible to capture, distribute, measure and manage knowledge.  ... 
doi:10.17221/5002-agricecon fatcat:t7kzp7tgszddpozj2lqcsqiyxq

Knowledge Management: The Eastern Theory of Organizational Knowledge Construction

Henrique Guilherme Scatolin
2013 Journal of Psychology Research  
on these authors vision on organizational knowledge concept, how it can be used and how it is critical to the competitive advantage of any organization.  ...  Throughout this discussion, on the results of this survey, the knowledge spiral and its four phases or dimensions are shown.  ...  Thus, the company potential to solve its problems depends on its workers, the highly skilled knowledge, and collective organizational skills. But what is knowledge management?  ... 
doi:10.17265/2159-5542/2013.11.005 fatcat:5ygtbgv6lnfydko6woerfvsmka

Linking Knowledge Sharing and Employee Creativity: Decomposing Knowledge Mode and Improving the Measure of Tacit Knowledge Sharing

Wei He, Vincent Cho, Cong Qi, Xin Xu, Feng Lu
2013 Pacific Asia Conference on Information Systems  
By developing dynamic capability of leveraging intellectual assets, an organization is expected to be able to innovatively respond to changing environment.  ...  Specifying the sharing of two modes of knowledge, this study proposes and verifies a theoretical model linking creative process engagement with individual creativity via the mechanisms of tacit and explicit  ...  He proposed that knowledge is created through the sharing or conversion between tacit and explicit knowledge: (1) socialization, from tacit to tacit knowledge, (2) externalization, from tacit to explicit  ... 
dblp:conf/pacis/HeCQXL13 fatcat:huepilge25fbxhwmcykm2hfvnq

Knowledge Management

Michael J. Austin, Jennette Ciaassen, Catherine M. Vu, Paola Mizrahi
2008 Journal of Evidence-Based Social Work  
This analysis explores the literature of knowledge management including the individual level of tacit and explicit knowledge, the networks and social interactions utilized by workers to create and share  ...  Knowledge management has recently taken a more prominent role in the management of organizations as worker knowledge and intellectual capital are recognized as critical to organizational success.  ...  The use of taCit knowledge relates. to an organization's understanding of tacit knowledge and the degree to which it is valued.  ... 
doi:10.1300/j394v05n01_13 pmid:19064454 fatcat:qsu4g3ijvbgfte37fnr5z3yczu
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