Managing Industrial Knowledge: Creation, Transfer and Utilization

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Ikujiro Nonaka, David J Teece
SAGE, 6 feb. 2001 - 352 páginas
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Managing Industrial Knowledge illuminates the complex processes at work in the creation and successful transfer of corporate knowledge. It is now generally recognized that the competitive advantages of firms depends on their ability to build, utilize and protect knowledge assets. In this volume many of the foremost international authors and pioneers of the study of knowledge in firms present their latest work and insights into organizational knowledge and innovation.

In a world where markets, products, technologies, competitors, regulations, and even societies change rapidly, continuous innovation and the knowledge that produces innovation have become key. The chapters in this keynote volume shed new light on the contextual factors in knowledge creation, the links between knowledge and innovation in all aspects of business life and the processes by which these may be fostered or lost in organizations.

 

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Introduction
1
SECI Ba and Leadership a Unified Model of Dynamic Knowledge Creation
13
Structure and Spontaneity Knowledge and Organization
44
Selftranscending KnowledgeOrganizing Around Emerging Realities
68
Understanding the Creative ProcessManagement of the Knowledge Worker
91
A Mentality Theory of Knowledge Creation and Transfer Why Some Smart People Resist New Ideas and Some Dont
105
Strategies for Managing Knowledge Assets the Role of Firm Structure and Industrial Context
125
Knowledge and Organization
145
The Modularity Trap InnovationTechnology Phase Shifts and the Resulting Limits of Virtual Organizations
202
Can Knowledge Management Deliver Bottomline Results?
231
How Tacit Knowledge Explains Organizational Renewal and Growth the Case of Nokia
244
Knowledge is Commitment
270
The Knowledge Perspective in the Xerox Group
283
Towards a Universal Management Concept of Knowledge
315
Research Directions for Knowledge Management
330
Index
336

How Should Knowledge be Owned?
170
Following Distinctive Paths of Knowledge Strategies for Organizational Knowledge Building within Sciencebased Firms
182

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