tacit knowledge


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tacit knowledge

any knowledge which the SOCIAL ACTOR possesses but may not be able to articulate, which enables him or her to perform competently within a general or specific social context.
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What is required in the Exponential Age is scalable unlearning, the ability to forget our old tacit knowledge and beliefs so they can be replaced with newer, more correct, knowledge and skills.
The first goal of the study is to look at the mutual influence of collaborative culture and trust in the context of tacit knowledge sharing.
Researchers integrate theoretical fundamentals and methods of managing tacit knowledge in such areas of business as marketing, management, human resources, design, thinking, and design research theory.
There are multiple processes to capture tacit knowledge from technical experts with undocumented know-how, but in my opinion they all come down to planning and prioritization.
This further classification of tacit knowledge is based on individual skills development (Ambrosini and Bowman, 2001).
The items are divided into two dimensions: tacit knowledge (e.
Tacit knowledge acquisition means eliciting tacit knowledge from various knowledge sources and representing it in the right form in order to share the knowledge among organizational members and reuse it [20, 21].
Harlow (2008) argues that tacit knowledge in terms of technical and non-technical know-how resides in the minds of engineers, marketers and operational managers bring competitiveness as a source of value creation for firms.
These include an unusual ability and incentive to accumulate and pass on tacit knowledge (Le Breton-Miller & Miller, 2015), to protect and leverage reputation (Habbershon & Williams, 1999), and to build strong relationships (Arregle, Hitt, Sirmon, & Very, 2007; Pearson, Carr, & Shaw, 2008) and slack resources.
Tacit knowledge is significant in the knowledge system of humans and is the core resource in human brains dominating their behaviors [4].
Organizational knowledge and on results tacit knowledge is focused knowledge management.
K2P can help governmental actors make decisions that will positively benefit the public, "by making sure that high quality evidence and tacit knowledge are becoming an integral input into the policymaking process," Jardali said.