Activities in Knowledge Creation

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Activities in Knowledge Creation

  1. 1. Literature review:Activities in Knowledge CREATION MHR1023: KNOWLEDGE MANAGEMENT MATAHATI MAHBOL MH101097
  2. 2. INTRODUCTION
  3. 3. Assets of Knowledge Management is tacit & explicit knowledge Explicit knowledge: Tacit knowledge: Nonako and Takeuchi Polanyi (1962) - (1995) - Knowledge that is Codified and non- transferable inverbalizable, intuitive formal, systematic and unarticulated methods such as in rules and procedures
  4. 4. Reveals by interplay from the 4 agents
  5. 5. ACTIVITIES INKNOWLEDGE creation
  6. 6. Role of peer relationship Activities Knowledge Creation Transfer Storytellingknowledge
  7. 7. Tacit & explicit contribute in Peer help in make others learning understand and comfortable while doing the jobs
  8. 8. Understanding ofknowledge has been Through the interviews asked by Peroune they capable to recognize (2007) the tacit knowledge through discussion, communication and sharing experience.
  9. 9. Size Knowledge Dialoguemanagement Theme in role of peer relationship Wavelength Trust
  10. 10. Bhardwaj and Monin (2006) hasstudying the role of tacit knowledge using storytelling method Story as "written and Important tospoken experienced of Erickson (1995), was understand the employees in the figured that storytelling multidimensional social, psychological as an important catalyst context of tacitand cultural context in and tool for design and knowledge for the which organizational communication. holistic management of operates organization knowledge
  11. 11. 4 MODES OF KNOWLEDGE CONVERSIONThe process of sharing experiences The process of articulating tacitand thereby creating tacit knowledge into explicit concepts.knowledge, such as shared mentalmodels and technical skills.This process is closely related to The process of systematizinglearning by doing concepts into a knowledge system,
  12. 12. Factors in transferring by Foos, Schum and Rothenberg (2006)42.5%  conscious distinction amongst the team between tacit knowledge integration and technology transfer 75%  agreed project team managed the integration of tacit knowledge into their organization,92.5% respondents indicated that they have no process to help the team distinguish between complex, tacit knowledge and technology transfer
  13. 13. CONCLUSION
  14. 14. 3 activities in knowledge creation Through that performance Able to could able be improve themeasured and performanceunderstand the job Managing knowledge is important within organization

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