Emerging and capturing tacit knowledge: a methodology for a bounded environment

@article{Mulder2007EmergingAC,
  title={Emerging and capturing tacit knowledge: a methodology for a bounded environment},
  author={Ursula Mulder and Alma M. Whiteley},
  journal={J. Knowledge Management},
  year={2007},
  volume={11},
  pages={68-83}
}
Purpose – This paper aims to report on an empirical case study, (single case multi-site) employing both a ‘‘hard’’ and ‘‘soft’’ method. The tangible, visible component of the study was the production of a database whose fields were to be the source of tacit knowledge emergence. Design/methodology/approach – The proposition was that the possibility for the capture of tacit knowledge was subject to four conditions. The first was the need for a teleological motive and purpose. The second was a… CONTINUE READING

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