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Wisdom administration contains any job regarding the seize, use and sharing of data via an supplier. facts exhibits that those practices are getting used an increasing number of often and that their influence on innovation and different features of cor

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Whereas some types of knowledge may be readily captured and codified, other forms of knowledge are less amenable. All organisations possess a great deal of experience-based knowledge which is learned implicitly and internalized by individuals. Much of this experiential knowledge is tacit knowledge. Almost a century ago Frederick Taylor not only recognised the presence of individual experiential knowledge, but also the potential value in attempting to capture this knowledge and make it available to the organisation.

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Other methods include the IC Index (Roos & Roos 1997) and The Intangible Assets Monitor (Sveiby 1997). g. Systematic 2002). There is also renewed focus on intangible assets spurred by notions of post-industrial economics where wealth is no longer created by production of physical goods. DOS and Windows. 2. MANAGING KNOWLEDGE IN PRACTICE that by the early 1990s drove the stock market to value Microsoft as being worth more than IBM (in terms of market capitalization). g. Skandia 1994). Skandia is attempting to account for many of those assets it believes are “hidden” in traditional accounting policies.

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