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“…The R&D manager recognizes that explicit knowledge is a priority only for final tests results, processes and drawings-in other words, for recording best practices-but the memories or history of experts, which constitutes their expertise, is not codified as well as know-how details, which are restricted to more evident aspects. This stresses the importance of tacit knowledge even in engineering-related product development activities, corroborating the findings of Foss and Pedersen (2004) and Garavelli et al (2002), among others.…”
Section: Resultssupporting
confidence: 87%
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“…The R&D manager recognizes that explicit knowledge is a priority only for final tests results, processes and drawings-in other words, for recording best practices-but the memories or history of experts, which constitutes their expertise, is not codified as well as know-how details, which are restricted to more evident aspects. This stresses the importance of tacit knowledge even in engineering-related product development activities, corroborating the findings of Foss and Pedersen (2004) and Garavelli et al (2002), among others.…”
Section: Resultssupporting
confidence: 87%
“…The key element in knowledge transfer is not the source of the original knowledge, but the recipient's perception of the utility and applicability of this knowledge in its operations. According to Garavelli, Gorgoglione and Scozzi (2002), the transfer process does not depend solely on the cognitive characteristics of the user that is the focus of the interpretation, but also on the way it is offered to the user, represented by the codification used to characterize that specific knowledge.…”
Section: Knowledge Transfermentioning
confidence: 99%
“…Ce processus est à la fois social et cognitif soulignant l'imbrication des dimensions socioculturelle et individuelle incorporées dans le contexte (Garavelli et al, 2002;Ringberg et Reihen, 2008). Cette vision permet de comprendre « comment les modèles mentaux culturels et individuels (…) sont appliqués de façon catégorique ou réflexive par l'individu en réponse aux mécanismes de rétroac-tions socioculturels » (Ringberg et Reihlen, 2008, p. 919) supportant l'application de formes de transfert très différentes d'un contexte à l'autre.…”
Section: Transfert Des Compétences Et Gestion Du Changement Technologunclassified
“…Confirmant les analyses de Kachra et White (2008), et Garavelli et al (2002), l'étude menée auprès des équipages de transport de l'armée de l'air montre que les dispositifs de transfert, ainsi que les acteurs impliqués lors des différentes phases du transfert doivent être conçus en fonction des caractéristiques de l'objet transféré. Ce dernier point soulève le problème de la gestion des processus de transfert des compétences par les managers.…”
Section: Implications Pour La Rechercheunclassified
“…Le Knowledge Management permet d'établir une distinction fondamentale entre la connaissance tacite et la connaissance explicite (Bounfour, 1998(Bounfour, , 2006Garavelli, Gorgoglione et Scozzi, 2002 ;Collins et Hitt, 2006 ;Jasimuddin, 2007). Aujourd'hui, plusieurs travaux dans le domaine du management des connaissances se sont développés autour de la problématique du transfert et de la diffusion des connaissances (Prax, 2003 ;Morgan et Terziovski, 2006 ;Ferrary et Pesqueux, 2006).…”
Section: Les Propriétés De La Connaissanceunclassified