Understanding indigenous knowledge: Bridging the knowledge gap through a knowledge creation model for agricultural development

@inproceedings{Lwoga2010UnderstandingIK,
  title={Understanding indigenous knowledge: Bridging the knowledge gap through a knowledge creation model for agricultural development},
  author={Edda Tandi Lwoga and Patrick Ngulube and Christine Stilwell},
  year={2010}
}
This article addresses the management of agricultural indigenous knowledge (IK) in developing countries, with a specific focus on Tanzania. It provides background details on IK and its importance for agricultural development. It introduces various knowledge management (KM) concepts and discusses their application in managing IK in the developing world by placing Nonaka’s knowledge creation theory (Nonaka 1991; Nonaka & Takeuchi 1995; Nonaka, Toyama & Konno 2000) in the context of the local… CONTINUE READING

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