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An Approach to Tacit Knowledge Classification in a Manufacturing Company

  title={An Approach to Tacit Knowledge Classification in a Manufacturing Company},
  author={- JustynaPATALAS},
This article attempts to classify the tacit knowledge acquired using the example of the research and development (R&D) department of a manufacturing company. Based on studies in the literature and direct interviews in the company analysed, the authors' own model for classifying the tacit knowledge in an R&D department was proposed. The description of this model has been divided into two parts. In the first part, viz., the classification of knowledge, through three planes: (1) selection of… 

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