Knowledge Transfer , Knowledge Sharing and Knowledge Barriers – Three Blurry Terms in KM

@inproceedings{Paulin2012KnowledgeT,
  title={Knowledge Transfer , Knowledge Sharing and Knowledge Barriers – Three Blurry Terms in KM},
  author={Dan Paulin and Kaj Suneson},
  year={2012}
}
  • Dan Paulin, Kaj Suneson
  • Published 2012
In the knowledge management world there are many different terms flying around. Some are more important and frequently used than others. In this paper, we present and discuss the development and views of three terms: knowledge transfer, knowledge sharing and knowledge barriers. Knowledge transfer and knowledge sharing are sometimes used synonymously or are considered to have overlapping content. Several authors have pointed out this confusion while other authors have attempted to clarify the… CONTINUE READING
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