Numerous studies have found the effectiveness of question prompts in promoting problem solving, knowledge acquisition, and metacognition (Davis, 2000; Rae, Schellens, Wever, & Vanderhoven, 2012; Zydney, 2010).
The quantization of the knowledge acquisition is done in different ways as well as the measuring of the learning outcomes; however in this study we want to focus on giving possible tools for the evaluation and the optimization of the variables involved in knowledge acquisition processes, the focus here is on generalizing their dimensions by making an abstraction on the process macro state and analyzing how they are related to each other.
Specifically, this research proceeded to search in the ISI Web of Knowledge database because it is an international scientific reference and has quality articles during 2001-2012, permitting analysis on the importance generated in the scientific community by the process of knowledge acquisition and representation within organizations.
I hypothesize that protection and knowledge attributes influence knowledge acquisition from international strategic alliances and that knowledge mobility enhances local suppliers' innovation capabilities.
To answer this question, this study seeks to utilize a social network theoretical perspective to examine the effects of organizational work team members' social networking structures on three crucial facets of individual competiveness: knowledge acquisition (the quantity and quality of information acquired) and work efficiency.