Knowledge Networks – an integrated approach to managing explicit and implicit knowledge

@inproceedings{KnowledgeSource2002KnowledgeN,
  title={Knowledge Networks – an integrated approach to managing explicit and implicit knowledge},
  author={Ellen Enkel KnowledgeSource},
  year={2002}
}
  • Ellen Enkel KnowledgeSource
  • Published 2002
From Polanyi [1967] we know that it is not, for example, the exchange of documents, but the exchange of experiences and individual cognition that represents the highest value for a company. It was Polanyi who first mentioned the differences between implicit and explicit knowledge and the inherent varying value of implicit knowledge. But implicit knowledge is difficult to manage or externalise. Within companies, knowledge management activities to manage and improve their organisational knowledge… CONTINUE READING

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