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研究生: 吳霸一
研究生(外文): Ngo Ba Nhat
論文名稱(外文): Affecting Factors on Knowledge Transfer in a Company
指導教授: 張鐸
學位類別: 碩士
校院名稱: 樹德科技大學
系所名稱: 資訊管理系碩士班
論文出版年: 2010
畢業學年度: 98
語文別: 英文
論文頁數: 66
外文關鍵詞: knowledgeknowledge transfertacit knowledgeexplicit knowledgefactors related to knowledge transfer
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The management practice literature is replete with reports of practices being used to motivate a firm’s knowledge workers to transfer knowledge. Unfortunately, little is known with any certainty about which of factors affect these practices, under which conditions. It appears that in many cases the practices are ill suited for the particular situations where they are employed, with unknown but perhaps sizeable losses in opportunities foregone because valuable knowledge is not as fully or completely transferred as is possible. In addition, it seems that some of these practices are likely to be interfering with the effectiveness of other practices, just as some drugs interfere with the potentially positive effects of other drugs. About these matters, our knowledge is exceeded by our ignorance. The study identifies some factors associated with knowledge transfer, and articulates some of the most important issues associated with these factors. This study would enable organizations to be more effective in their transfer of knowledge.

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  job?  48
4.7.  Are you willing to learn from the others? Please explain your answer  48
4.8.  What difficulties did you have when you learnt from younger    colleagues and older colleagues?  49
4.9.  Who are you willing to share knowledge inside your company?  50
4.10.  How do you get knowledge from the others?  51
CHAPTER 5 Conclusions and discussion  53
5.1.    Conclusions  53
5.2.    Limitations  53
5.3.    Discussion  53
References  55


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