Knowledge Emergence: Social, Technical, and Evolutionary Dimensions of Knowledge Creation
Oxford University Press, Jan 25, 2001 - Business & Economics - 320 pages
This book brings together the research of a number of scholars in the field of knowledge creation and imparts a sense of order to the field. The chapters share three characteristics: they are all grounded in extensive qualitative and/or quantitative research; they all go beyond the mere description of the knowledge-creation process and offer both theoretical and strategic implications; they share a view of knowledge creation and knowledge transfer as delicate processes, necessitating particular forms of support from managers.
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Ikujirō Nonaka,Toshihiro Nishiguchi
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