The learning organizations uses advance technologies and knowledge management systems which include knowledge discovery, knowledge capture, knowledge sharing, and knowledge application mechanisms to disseminate knowledge. Becerra-Fernandez, Gonzalez, and Sabherwal (2004) described these knowledge processes in detail and argued that knowledge management does what is needed to get the most out of knowledge resources (p. xvii). Nonaka and Nishiguchi (2001) corroborated this argument and asserted that what knowledge management should achieve is a dynamic management of the process of creating knowledge out of knowledge. What are your thoughts?© BrainMass Inc. brainmass.com June 22, 2018, 8:42 am ad1c9bdddf
Knowledge management, according to Nonaka and Takeuchi , follows a model in which the knowledge we are aware of (implicit knowledge) is extracted to become explicit knowledge, and then explicit knowledge is "re-internalized" back to become implicit knowledge. It is interesting to consider ...
This solution discusses the concept of knowledge management achieving dynamic management of the process of creating knowledge out of knowledge.