Nobeoka

Nobeoka

(nōbāō`kä), city (1990 pop. 130,624), Miyazaki prefecture, E Kyushu, Japan, on the mouth of the Gokase River. It is a commercial and fishing port and a production center for chemicals, foodstuffs, and textiles.

Nobeoka

 

a city in Japan on the east coast of the island of Kyushu, located at the mouth of the Gokase River, in Miyazaki Prefecture. Population, 128,300 (1970). A transportation junction, Nobeoka is a major center for the chemical industry and the manufacture of synthetic fibers. Cement and foodstuffs are also produced in the city.

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One could relate the practices based on trust described by Dyer and Nobeoka (2000), where certain knowledge is shared with partners as if there was no owner.
Rettore 2007 Dyer and Does the knowledge sharing Nobeoka 2000 process explain the relative productivity advantages enjoyed by leading firms?
A proximidade nos encontros e grupos de aprendizagem e essencial para o compartilhamento do conhecimento tacito (CORNO; REINMOELLER; NONAKA, 1999; DYER; NOBEOKA, 2000).
4, which took place in Tokyo, Fukuoka and Nobeoka city, Miyazaki Prefecture, as entrepreneurs studying management methods at the JICA-supported Myanmar Center for Human Resources Development visited Japan.
by Mark Buchanan An aerial view shows flooded area due to heavy rains caused by Typhoon Malakas in Nobeoka, Miyazaki Prefecture, southwestern Japan, in this photo taken by Kyodo September 20, 2016.
The basic approach to knowledge transfer is to consider knowledge transfer as knowledge sharing among people (Dyer and Nobeoka, 2000).
As supply chains evolve, they move toward the more complex end of the continuum (Dyer & Nobeoka, 2000), which influences a firm's strategic processes as these processes have to change in order to accommodate this increasing complexity.
This result reveals the importance of transfer of knowledge and learning to the innovation process, findings also identified in other studies of the theme (POWELL; WHITE; KOPUT, 2005; DYER; NOBEOKA, 2000; CHESBROUGH, 2003; POWELL; GRODAL, 2006; CASSIMAN; VEUGELERS, 2006; NDOU et al.
Several authors have addressed how relationships beyond firm's boundaries could lead to superior value creation in order to achieve sustainable competitive advantage (Dyer & Nobeoka, 2000; Dyer & Syngh, 1998; Flynn, Huo, & Zhao, 2010; Krause, Handfield, & Tyler, 2007; Mesquita, Anand, & Brush, 2008).
Tokyo, Safar 24, 1436, Dec 16, 2014, SPA -- The government of the Miyazaki Prefecture in southern Japan on Tuesday morning reported that three birds at a poultry farm in the city of Nobeoka have tested positive for a highly pathogenic H5 strain of avian influenza.
The moves came as Miyazaki Prefectural government on Tuesday culled about 4,000 chickens at the poultry farm in Nobeoka city, some 900 kilometers southwest of Tokyo, after officials found the toxic strain of avian flu in three sample chickens.
Dyer y Nobeoka (2000) analizan el caso de estudio de la empresa Toyota, en donde se observa que la nueva tecnologia de la compania es desarrollada a traves de relaciones comprador-proveedor de caracter especifico.