Tacit Knowledge and Strategic Decision Making

@article{Brockmann2002TacitKA,
  title={Tacit Knowledge and Strategic Decision Making},
  author={Erich N. Brockmann and W. P. Anthony},
  journal={Group & Organization Management},
  year={2002},
  volume={27},
  pages={436 - 455}
}
Tacit knowledge is not easily recognized or acknowledged, but it can be a key factor in enhancing the quality of strategic decisions made by the top management team. A working definition of tacit knowledge is the work-related practical know-how that is acquired through direct experience and instrumental in achieving goals important to the holder. The study provides an integration of the cognitive and strategic literatures to show that tacit knowledge is accessible and how it plays an integral… Expand
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