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The knowledge-creating company: how Japanese companies create the dynamics of innovation

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This book addresses the generation-old question of why the Japanese are so successful in business. The authors, professors of management at Hitosubashi University, contend that Japanese firms are ... Read full review

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Ikujiro Nonaka (野中郁次郎, born May 10, 1935)
He is best known for his study of Knowledge Management. He co-authored The Knowledge-Creating Company with Hirotaka Takeuchi. In 2008, the Wall Street
Journal listed him as one of the most influential persons on business thinking.[1]
Ikujiro Nonaka is Professor Emeritus, Hitotsubashi University Graduate School of International Corporate Strategy; the First Distinguished Drucker Scholar in Residence at the Drucker School and Institute, Claremont Graduate University; the Xerox Distinguished Faculty Scholar, Institute of Management, Innovation and Organization, University of California, Berkeley. (

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Review: The Knowledge-Creating Company

User Review  - Lukman Haris - Goodreads

Ikujiro Nonaka reminds us that there are two kinds of knowledge, tacit and explicit. Tacit knowledge is subjective point of view, believes or personal insights about things that are usually hard to be ... Read full review

Review: The Knowledge-Creating Company: How Japanese Companies Create the Dynamics of Innovation

User Review  - Vincent Van Wylick - Goodreads

Is a worthwhile paradigm in making company processes more efficient through documenting them and creating standardised approaches. Implementation is far from easy however, and I don't think it can be applied universally to all companies or environments. Read full review

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