Knowledge management, codification and tacit knowledge

@article{Kimble2013KnowledgeMC,
  title={Knowledge management, codification and tacit knowledge},
  author={Chris Kimble},
  journal={Inf. Res.},
  year={2013},
  volume={18}
}
This article returns to a theme addressed in Vol. 8(1) October 2002: knowledge management and the problem of managing tacit knowledge. The article is primarily a review and analysis of the literature associated with the management of knowledge. In particular, it focuses on the works of a group of economists who have studied the transformation of knowledge into information through the process of codification and the knowledge transaction topography they have developed to describe this. The… CONTINUE READING

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