StudentShare solutions
Got a tricky question? Receive an answer from students like you! Try us!

Essay example - Knowledge, Innovation, and Learning

Only on StudentShare

Extract of sample

Tsoukas, H. (2003) Do we really understand tacit knowledge In M. Easterby-Smith & M.A. Lyles (Eds.) Handbook of Organizational Learning and Knowledge Management, pp.410-427. Oxford: Blackwell Publishing.
Download paper
Not exactly what you need?

Related papers

(Thompon, 88-119)…
7 pages (1757 words)
Knowledge Management and Organisation Learning
Modern business history lists a number of instances when knowledge-centred management has helped create competitive advantage of organisations and even countries formerly limited in financial and other resources. For Microsoft, Dell, IBM (which is believed to be one of the founders of the paradigm), Compaq, British Airways, Ryan Air and other major organisations knowledge management has become the…
19 pages (4769 words)
Knowledge Management
For example, as a recorded tradition in different Abrahamic religions, it is said that when one of the sons of Adam killed the other, he learnt from the nature that what to do with the dead body. Moving further, when mankind decided to search for the ways to feed themselves, other than hunting, it was actually their never satiating desire for knowledge that helped them in learning new ways. Thus…
20 pages (5020 words)
Knowledge Management Research Proposal
In an organisational context, knowledge management refers to the activities concerned with capturing, processing and diffusion of knowledge for the purpose of decision making and forward planning by management. The present study examines how effective is the knowledge management in an organisation to foster innovation and enhance labour productivity within the organization.…
9 pages (2259 words)
Such information may include those in applications, specific markets and users. Proper harnessing of these information resources, can contribute enormously to making innovation effective in the organization. Also, organizations partner with others to fulfill specific business goals and objectives. In doing so, invaluable knowledge resources can be created. If a structured approach exists for…
6 pages (1506 words)
individual reflective essay about the critique of the applications of Knowledge Management Systems in the case study Group Written Report
The aim of our project was to highlight how 3M is capable of sharing knowledge across social networks, as well as sharing it within social networks to create new innovations. As a participant in this process, I gained experiences researching and understanding complex business resource issues as well as investigating and rating how one company implements these ideas.…
2 pages (502 words)