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Show all documents The use of tacit and explicit knowledge in public health: a qualitative study knowledge is markedly missing from the KT and public health literatures.
A notable, recent exception is found in the work of Landry et al. Tacit knowledge is discussed as an integral aspect of these capabilities. Thus, in line with the knowledge - value chain, we take a broad view of KT by encompass- ing other forms of knowledge that are experiential and skills-based i.
The specific purpose of this paper is to report findings from a narrative inquiry that examined how public health practitioners used tacit knowledge in a program planning context. Importance of tacit knowledge towards company performance and its relevance to construction Based on this understanding of organisations and dynamic environment, Grant proposed a knowledge -based theory of strategy.
As Grant asserts, the source of competitive advantage in dynamic environments is not knowledge that is proprietary to the organisation, because the value of such knowledge erodes quickly due to obsolescence and imitation. Rather, sustained competitive advantage is determined by non-proprietary knowledge in the form of tacit individual knowledge.
Tacit knowledge can form the basis of competitive advantage because it is both unique and relatively immobile. The distinction between tacit and explicit knowledge has proven to be particularly important in this dominant view, which identifies tacit knowledge as the most significant strategic resource of firms. Yet, because that knowledge is possessed by individuals and not the organisation, a critical element of sustained competitive advantage is the ability to integrate the specialised and tacit knowledge of individuals.
In addition, Grant makes the point, also emphasised by other scholars Kogut and Zander ; Kogut , that tacit knowledge can also be integrated externally through relational networks that span organisational boundaries, especially in high-velocity environments, where the speed and scope of knowledge integration are paramount for sustaining competitive advantage.
As such, this highlights the importance of tacit knowledge towards organisational performance when integrated and managed properly. The following section further outlines the significance of tacit knowledge by highlighting the reasons for its strategic nature. Knowledge creation is an important factor and remains a source of competitive advantage over knowledge management. Constructivism holds that learners learn actively and construct new knowledge based on their prior knowledge.
Therefore, there needs to be a shift in locus of constructing knowledge from the individual to collective construction. The concept of knowledge building communities has emerged recently as a foundation for re-examining pedagogical approaches in education. To understand the true nature of knowledge , it is necessary to recognize that tacit and explicit knowledge are essential to knowledge creation.
Knowledge can be created through conversion between tacit and explicit knowledge by four different modes. The four modes of knowledge conversion are created when tacit and explicit knowledge interacts with each other. It is in this very act of conversion from tacit to explicit knowledge that learning is created. Educators must understand the dynamic nature of knowledge itself in order to practice effective knowledge management in multi-disciplinary contexts.
It is also crucial for educators to focus on effective methods of delivering content, the media used, and the overall quality of the instruction materials. Information technology facilitates knowledge management practices by disseminating knowledge and making codified knowledge retrievable. The study therefore tries to find out the effectiveness of e- learning in developing the knowledge creation ability of student in the four modes suggested by Nonaka and Takeuchi.
Effect of Knowledge Conversion and Knowledge Application on Performance of Commercial Banks in Kenya A process model of knowledge creation presupposes that individual and organizations create and enlarge knowledge through conversion of tacit knowledge into explicit knowledge and vice versa.
Through knowledge conversion, the whole organization can share the explicit knowledge created and convert it into tacit knowledge for individuals Tseng Knowledge that is captured from various sources needs to be converted to organizational knowledge for effective utilization within the business Lee and Suh, Moreover, KM activities can assist organisations in acquiring, storing and utilising knowledge for processes such as problem solving, dynamic learning, strategic planning and decision-making Takeuchi and Nonaka, Sharing the right knowledge to the right employee can increase the performance of the working tasks; eventually this will increase the overall performance of the organization.
There are different methods that are proposed to measure the explicit knowledge accuracy and tacit knowledge levels. This paper proposed a novel approach to measure the tacit and explicit knowledge in order to improve sharing the knowledge adaptively.
A knowledge retrieving and designing method is developed in order to retrieve more focused and valuable explicit knowledge to support the tacit knowledge based on internal contents evaluation rather than general knowledge evaluation. The proposed knowledge aggregation method focuses on retrieving the exact knowledge by managing, designing, and retrieving the explicit knowledge based on knowledge contents level.
Knowledge includes insights and wisdom of employees, an important source of value creation. At the most basic level knowledge management can be described as a set of practices that help to improve the use and sharing of data and information in decision making.
The key to successful innovation process lies in the mobilization and conversion of tacit knowledge into explicit recorded knowledge. Tacit knowledge is knowledge people carry in their head, it is embedded within the individual whereas explicit knowledge is well documented information which facilitates decisions and actions. Knowledge management in the field of education can be thought of as a frame work or an approach that enables people within an organization to develop a set of practices to collect information and share what they know , leading to action that improves outcomes of an organisation.
Business networks within a regional industrial cluster knowledge. Externalisation demonstrated in figure 2. Combination as demonstrated in Figure 2.
Meetings, memos, telephone conversations and other means of communications are used to combine the explicit knowledge exchanged by key actors. Crucial knowledge is yielded by combining knowledge from different areas inside and outside the organisation, particularly in cases where business issues becomes more complex. Embodying explicit knowledge into tacit knowledge is the process of internalisation illustrated in figure 2. Shared mental models or work practices enhance and expand the individuals tacit knowledge.
Assimilation builds on the internalisation mode by incorporating feedback into the mental models those individuals employ. That is, feedback refines tacit knowledge by internalising the adaptation of knowledge created to deal with day to day application of knowledge. The knowledge conversion and creation process is a self-reinforcing spiral that feeds off itself to build knowledge.
Explicit knowledge is experienced by individuals then discussed with other actors before a new version of tacit knowledge is internalised in the individual that in turn revisits the process of knowledge creation Poh Individual employees learn and gain experiences while on the job or from job related trainings imparted to them to acquire new skills and expertise.
The knowledge comes in two forms; tacit and explicit. One form of knowledge widely discussed in the literature of OL is tacit knowledge.
The concept of tacit knowledge was conceived by Polanyi who also laid the theoretical foundation of this notion Taylor, We all learn mathematics, but very few of us really excel. This learned formed of tacit knowledge acquired over the years also helps to develop intuition — an abstract perception of dealing with unfamiliar contexts. Some skill sets are developed just by watching others perform, while some other skill sets are acquired by continued practice and experience.
This explicit form of knowledge as often referred by Spender as Conscious knowledge is storable and retrievable from personal records or memory Riege, A review of the term tacit knowledge in the literature of KM points to several important works by Nonaka , and Taylor Tacit knowledge is defined as that knowledge which is highly situated, difficult to extract and codify into its counterpart — explicit knowledge , which is direct, comprehensible, and easily codified to enable its internalization.
The role of KM is to codify externalize tacit knowledge into its more explicit form. The Influence of Knowledge Visualization on Externalizing Tacit Knowledge  introduced four modes of knowledge creation called SECI model consisting of socialization, externalization, combination and internalization that involved interaction and transaction of tacit knowledge and explicit knowledge.
Socialization is the process of transferring experience or tacit knowledge through social interactions such as informal meeting, conversation, and living together.
Socialization is a process of sharing experiences and thereby creating tacit knowledge such as shared mental models and technical skills . Externalization means the process of articulating tacit knowledge into written form or explicit knowledge so that it can be shared by others and become the basis of new knowledge.
Combination refers to the process of converting explicit knowledge that is inconsistent into a more complex and systematic sets of explicit knowledge. During internalization process, the experiences from previous stages will be converted into valuable knowledge for individual and organization. The spiral indicates the spread of knowledge among individuals or community.
The knowledge will be enriching by others and the new knowledge generation will begin dynamically. HR as a knowledge facilitator mainly emphasizes on efficient and effective utilization of all the available organizational resources to attain positive and desirable outcomes and act as a rapid deployment specialist.
While writing and presenting this paper I will be mainly covering the various aspects of HR as a knowledge facilitator mainly explicit knowledge , tacit knowledge , the purpose of HR as a knowledge facilitator and creating a culture of knowledge management system in an organization; Knowledge Management as a change and renewal mechanism; Knowledge Management and Information technology; Effective knowledge management and increased job satisfaction and productivity; Knowledge management and creative talent retention strategies; Knowledge management as one of the best practices to avoid lay-offs; knowledge management and talent retention, curb health related costs and boost financial literacy; Knowledge Management and Leadership development.
Research on Explicit and Tacit Knowledge Interaction in Software Process Improvement Project SPI project teams often deal with cross-functional and cross-divisional issues that warrant the use of integrative knowledge practices. In addition, the teams consist of members from diverse backgrounds who come together only for the duration of the project and, even while in- volved in a project, work only part-time on the project.
Using combination explicit - explicit practices, project team leaders can help their teams sift through explicit data, drawing explicit insights about the targeted proc- esses. In addition, internalization explicit - tacit practices make it possible for the explicit knowledge that is har- nessed to be comprehended and absorbed by team mem- bers and people working on the processes.
Such recom- bination of explicit knowledge and its conversion into tacit knowledge is critical for the creation of team knowledge about the working of the processes being tar- geted for improvement.
Thus, our first set of hypotheses: H1 cover the importance of capturing explicit knowl- edge for the success of SPI projects. Research on the Relationship between Transformational Leadership and Government Service Innovation Previous studies on the relationship between leadership and organizational performance are mainly focused on the enterprise level, although there are some issues in public management research, the lack of academic attention.
For the service innovation of government departments, there is a lack of detailed classi- fication and discussion; the government leaders make the choice of innovation model, which is also affected by many factors Berry, ; Hartley, To some extent, it enriches the theory of transformational leadership and govern- ment service innovation.
Second, this research not only discusses the overall concept of transformational leadership, but on the four dimensions of transfor- mational leadership in government service innovation choice, mainly because the four dimensions of transformational leadership are very different in conno- tation.
There are two types of knowledge : Explicit knowledge and Tacit knowledge. Explicit knowledge emphasizes on creating, recording and reusing documented knowledge.
Several technologies are used to facilitate such knowledge , such as, Content management systems, lessons learnt databases, Wikis, etc. Tacit knowledge on the other hand, emphasizes on knowledge sharing using interpersonal interaction and face-to-face contacts.
Informal meetings are usually used to transfer tacit knowledge while formal meetings usually transfer explicit type of knowledge. The design research pyramid: a three layer framework According to Nonaka and Takeuchi , tacit knowledge is subjective and experience based knowledge that can not be articulated in words, sentences, numbers or formulas.
Similarly, Sim and Duffy  pointed out that tacit knowledge is personal and context-specific. Therefore it is hard to formalise and communicate with . Due to the difficulty of expression, it is relatively not easy to access tacit knowledge. An example of tacit knowledge is design experience. With this experience, expert designers know why they make a decision in one specific situation; however, it is difficult for them to express the rationale in a way that makes others readily access it.
Explicit knowledge , on the other hand, refers to knowledge that is comparatively objective, rational and is transmittable in formal, systematic expression [8, 34].
Compared to tacit knowledge , generally, it is therefore easier to access. Examples of explicit knowledge are knowledge captured in diagrams, tables, and documents. Knowledge Creation and Knowledge Management Firstly, the issues of classifying knowledge by means of a relevant and generally accepted criterion must be addressed.
We can consider this issue as already solved through the consideration of the named knowledge epistemological dimension.
Abstract: Knowledge sharing that takes place among team members is a process of great relevance that builds ties and relationships which in turn results in positive organizational and team outcomes. Our paper emphasizes significance of tacit and explicit knowledge sharing to team performance in the context of scientific cooperation. Positive relationship between tacit knowledge sharing and explicit knowledge sharing with team performance was found using linear regression. Furthermore, high levels of knowledge sharing and team performance were identified among scientists. Key words : Team performance, Knowledge sharing, Tacit knowledge, Explicit knowledge, Scientific cooperation.
Knowledge plays a key role in the information revolution. Tacit knowledge based on common sense, and explicit knowledge based on academic accomplishment are both underutilized. Methods to balance the use tacit and explicit knowledge at work and practical, proven ways to improve the understanding and use of knowledge are presented. Smith, E. Report bugs here. Please share your general feedback. You can join in the discussion by joining the community or logging in here.
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This paper examines the role of tacit and explicit knowledge in translating management innovation into firm performance in Japanese companies. This research uses a questionnaire survey of employees of Japanese firms and applies conditional process analysis. There was no direct effect of management innovation onto firm performance, and that instead, both tacit and explicit knowledge fully mediated the relationship between management innovation and firm performance. While management innovation programs by themselves did not directly increase firm performance, the alignment of these programs with knowledge management initiatives enhanced performance. This highlights the need for management innovation that first considers the type of knowledge needed for enhanced performance. Previous research did not consider the role of knowledge as a means to translate management innovation into firm performance.
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