Tacit knowledge management

  title={Tacit knowledge management},
  author={Rodrigo Ribeiro},
  journal={Phenomenology and the Cognitive Sciences},
  • R. Ribeiro
  • Published 1 June 2013
  • Computer Science
  • Phenomenology and the Cognitive Sciences
How can we identify and estimate workers’ tacit knowledge? How can we design a personnel mix aimed at improving and speeding up its transfer and development? How is it possible to implement tacit knowledge sustainable projects in remote areas? In order to answer these questions, it is necessary to distinguish between types of tacit knowledge, to establish what they allow for and to consider their sources. It is also essential to find a way of managing the tacit knowledge ‘stock’ and… 

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