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  • 1. TACIT  KNOWLEDGE  
  • 2. EXPLICIT  VERSUS  TACIT  KNOWLEDGE   EXPLICIT  INFORMATION   •  Objec3vely  verifiable  and  largely   quan3ta3ve     TACIT  INFORMATION   •  Largely  qualita3ve     •  Stored  in  individual's  head  or   embedded  within  culture  of  the   •  Easily  transmiCed  to  others,  stored  in   organiza3on   certain  media,  aggregated,  and   •  Gained  experien3ally  and  thus  cannot   presented  in  summarized  form       be  easily  ar3culated  or  explained  to   inexperienced  par3es   •  Useful  for  accountability  purposes  or   •  Tacit  informa3on  held  by  field  staff  is   informing  higher-­‐level  programming   a  par3cularly  cri3cal  source  of   decisions  by  donors  and  other   informa3on  for  internal  monitoring   external  stakeholders   purposes   •  Useful  for  guiding  project   management  in  complex  and  dynamic   environments