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Wisdom administration contains any task regarding the seize, use and sharing of information by means of an service provider. facts indicates that those practices are getting used progressively more usually and that their effect on innovation and different elements of cor
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All organisations possess a great deal of experience-based knowledge which is learned implicitly and internalized by individuals. Much of this experiential knowledge is tacit knowledge. Almost a century ago Frederick Taylor not only recognised the presence of individual experiential knowledge, but also the potential value in attempting to capture this knowledge and make it available to the organisation. 2. MANAGING KNOWLEDGE IN PRACTICE exemplary expertise possessed by key individuals and attempting to codify this in order to make it transferable and replicable.
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Baumard, 1999, p. 135). The Qantas communities refused to use a new computer-based “knowledge management system” introduced from outside the CoPs. The CoPs examples show that, unsurprisingly, knowledge processes function and work well without the “KM” label, and indeed attempts to formally introduce KM may adversely affect these more natural processes. Also, formal KM may be less concerned with knowledge than it is with information. A key point here is that the concept of knowledge invites us to move beyond the rather safer and certainly easier ground of data and information management.
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