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The in-house knowledge represents a decisive competitive factor for many enterprises. Employees' amount of knowledge increases and gets more and more interlinked. As well, knowledge is often concentrated at single employees and the fluctuation of employees increases. For these reasons the effective knowledge transfer between employees poses a major challenge for modern enterprises. The new approach to systematic knowledge transfer is based on the acquisition of a mentor's objects anddoi:10.1002/inst.201114128 fatcat:4a3ujiooebcd7bjivhu3lxesrq