Managing tacit and explicit knowledge in organisational teams
|dc.identifier.citation||Halonen, R., Laukkanen, E. (November 2008) "Managing tacit and explicit knowledge in organisational teams." Proceedings of the Third IEEE International Conference on Digital Information Management. London, UK, 292-297.||en|
|dc.description.abstract||In this article we analyse how tacit and explicit knowledge are managed in teams. Tacit knowledge is located in human persons and it can not be described formally as data or any other form while explicit knowledge is public and formal. Our approach is qualitative and we aim to describe the appearance and behaviour of knowledge. We also aim to analyse the difference between tacit and explicit knowledge that is realised for example when transferring knowledge between actors in organisations and teams.||en|
|dc.subject.lcsh||Teams in the workplace||en|
|dc.title||Managing tacit and explicit knowledge in organisational teams||en|
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