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Using Big Data to Discover Tacit Knowledge & Improve Learning ...

Great talk this morning at MIT: “Using Big Data to discover tacit knowledge & improve learning”. Ken Koedinger Prof of Human-computer interaction & psychology. Carnegie Mellon University CMU Director of LearnLab, ...
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Potentials of Social Media for Tacit Knowledge Sharing Amongst Physicians: Preliminary Findings

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Tacit knowledge sharing amongst physicians, such as the sharing of clinical experiences, skills, or know-how, or know-whom, is known to have a significant...

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The Process of Knowledge Creation | Regi Adams

The Process of Knowledge Creation | Regi Adams | enabling knowledge creation | Scoop.it
My reflections on how we create knowledge according to Nonaka's Knowledge Spiral.
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Serious Games Promoting Tacit Knowledge Sharing

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Once upon a time tacit knowledge, innovation and context

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Innovation Excellence | The Innovating Power of Tacit Knowledge

Innovation Excellence | The Innovating Power of Tacit Knowledge | enabling knowledge creation | Scoop.it

Imagine if we could understood tacit knowledge better—what it was, how we can set about to capture it and organise it effectively, once acquired how it can be built upon even further. How can we learn to recognize it more actively as as essential part of our lives, when to trust it, how to teach it to others, how to share what it has offered to us, as individuals, to others.

Then imagine what it could provide us for this knowledge to be leveraged within any broader community use, so it is knowingly valued by others as something they can gain from, not as we often do, simply reject it as not within ‘our’ experience. That could be pretty valuable. It could give us a deeper understanding and empower us to function better in many sorts of situations. Then surely we must search for understanding this more and what it means, as in this case, for relating it to innovation.

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Don’t have a plan to capture tacit knowledge? Your KM strategy is incomplete.

Don’t have a plan to capture tacit knowledge? Your KM strategy is incomplete. | enabling knowledge creation | Scoop.it

"Knowledge Management professionals acknowledge that the two main types of knowledge are tacit and explicit. The differences between the two are vast, yet only one is the most important: tacit. Despite the fact that many Knowledge Management (KM) researchers believe that around 80% of organizational knowledge consists of tacit knowledge, there are far more KM tools available for capturing explicit knowledge. Why is this?"


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Ana Dias's curator insight, February 18, 2013 10:00 AM

Setup a motivation strategy in order to pull colleagues to share their knowledge.

carmendsw's curator insight, February 19, 2013 4:26 AM

Around 80% of organizational knowledge consists of tacit knowledge. we need to create opportunities and incentives for joint learning, sharing of insights, reflection and mentoring.

Martijn Cruyff's curator insight, February 20, 2013 9:14 AM

I'm interested in making organisations more effective by letting members of that organisation collaborate more effectively. the added value of an organisation comes from its people, more than from processes or technology. Collaboration, like sharing tacit knowledge, is a social process. I think this article is interesting for me because it provides a little bit of background on the nature of knowledge.

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Who tells a story transfers tacit knowledge and creates new

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