2004
DOI: 10.1108/14635770410566492
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Abstract: Knowledge transfer is recognized as a fundamental issue for organizations. This research aims at investigating the knowledge transfer process, and finding out the most efficient and effective strategies to support it. Particularly, the research is focused on studying support strategies based on the use of technology. The paper proposes a model that describes both knowledge acquisition and practice. The model components are the actors’ cognitive systems, the processes of codification and interpretation, and the… Show more

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“…Ashforth and Mael (1989) further argue that the relationships between knowledge and human society are globular or rounded rather than undeviating. Hence, knowledge transfer is a merchandise of the operative group of communal solidity and attitudes, different approach to transfer within a communal system in the construction organization and idiosyncratic customs that oversee transferring anticipation (Albino, et al, 2004). The community and construction environment depends on these long-time variables.…”
Section: Hypothesis Developmentmentioning
confidence: 99%
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“…Ashforth and Mael (1989) further argue that the relationships between knowledge and human society are globular or rounded rather than undeviating. Hence, knowledge transfer is a merchandise of the operative group of communal solidity and attitudes, different approach to transfer within a communal system in the construction organization and idiosyncratic customs that oversee transferring anticipation (Albino, et al, 2004). The community and construction environment depends on these long-time variables.…”
Section: Hypothesis Developmentmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…Transfer of knowledge has become one process to the knowledge management (Albino et al, 2004). Numerous researchers have to argue that for organizational goal to be achieved, organizational leadership must involve a knowledge management process (Cohen & Olsen, 2015;Nonaka, 2005;O'Dell & Grayson Jr., 1998).…”
Section: Introductionmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…Knowledge transfer involves communication between individuals in the transfer [7]. It can be mediate by the technology in the translation of information.…”
Section: A Knowledge Transfermentioning
confidence: 99%
“…There is a clear need for a reinvigoration of the field through the adoption of more creative, theoretical and practical inputs. This reinvigoration can be assisted through the engagement of the technology transfer process where communication between the Academy and the commercial world can be improved through the understanding and practice of the technology transfer process and its ability to make academic use of qualitative data from practitioners as well as the transmission of results from academic research to practitioners (Carson 1990;Albino et al 2004). …”
Section: See It Asmentioning
confidence: 99%