Knowledge creation

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  • This paper describes how collaboration for knowledge creation in an area-based sufficiency rural development in Thailand works in coping with complex rural problems and needs. Based on extensive field observation in the implementation of the Royal Initiatives Discovery Institute's projects in two provinces over the past two years.

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  • Lecture Parallel computing & Distributed systems - Chapter 4: Parallel matrix processing provide students with knowledge about introduction; openMP: solution stack; openMP core syntax; thread creation: parallel regions; synchronization; loop worksharing constructs a motivation example;...

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  • Lecture Management the new competitive landscape (6e) - Chapter 7: Entrepreneurs and Entrepreneurship. After completing this section, you will understand knowledge about: define entrepreneurship; describe the historical perspectives of entrepreneurship; distinguish between entrepreneurship and intrapreneurship; explain how entrepreneurial ventures differ from small businesses; explain why entrepreneurship is important;...

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  • The analysis results of this study showed that the innovation performance of SMEs was affected by the knowledge creation process. This result pointed out the knowledge creation process was affected by some KM enabling factors, such as trust, collaboration, learning, reward, decentralization, formalization, IT support and T-shaped skills.

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  • Personal Knowledge Management (PKM) is envisaged as a decentralizing Knowledge Management (KM) revolution and as a vital educational concern. The objective of a current design science research (DSR) undertaking is, thus, the conceptualizing and prototyping of a PKM System (PKMS) aiming at departing from today’s centralized institutional solutions and at strengthening individuals’ sovereignty and collaborations, not at the expense of Organizational KM Systems, but rather as the means to foster a fruitful co-evolution.

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  • This paper reports on a participatory action research study, which explores how ICT application adoption may be enhanced through ‘empathetic participatory design’ as a method for creating knowledge that may have meaningful application utility. This is achieved through user behavioural simulation. The main mode of data collection and analysis was the repertory grid technique used to elicit constructs from simulated prototyped elements of a selection of applications.

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  • The aim of this paper is to demonstrate design principles for a teaching and learning environment that will strengthen the ability of students to become competent digital innovators. The impact of digital transformation on business and society is palpable, forcing organisations to become more responsive, agile, creative and innovative. Moreover, competitiveness is determined by the ability to apply new knowledge to facilitate innovation through the use of digital technologies.

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  • This paper accounts for the relationships between business models and knowledge management, mediated by intellectual capital, and draws up a schema by which the relationships can be described and discussed. It concludes by synthesizing a future research agenda to further address these relationships and to strengthen our understanding of how they improve the value creation of organizations.

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  • The aim of this paper is to explore how Knowledge Management (KM) and learning can be instrumental for governments’ policy making and implementation, and to analyse how KM with the consideration of local culture and a bottom-up approach can increase its effectiveness.

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  • In the realm of knowledge management, great emphasis has been put on intellectual capital (IC) as an important and, partially, intangible asset for achieving economic value and competitiveness. This has led to many attempts to measure the economic value of IC. These methods, however, are to some extent questionable and do not seem to be recognized in practice, scholars claim. This might be due to the intangible character of IC.

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  • This study adapted the SECI model, which explains the conversion between tacit knowledge and explicit knowledge through knowledge socialization (S), knowledge externalization (E), knowledge creation (C), and knowledge internalization (I) (Nonaka & Takeuchi, 1995). Considering the SECI Model as a theoretical referent in order to comprehend the KCP, Grounded Theory Methodology (GTM) was used to build theory from the systematic analysis of data collected from July 2013 to January 2015.

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  • This paper examined the role of dynamic capability as a moderator in explaining knowledge creation processes and performance of Professional and Technology-Driven Firms.

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  • This paper explores the role of management of staff suggestions for knowledge creation. It also proposes a framework for the management of staff suggestions within a quality management system.

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  • Mobile devices as learning tools enrich mobile computer supported collaborative learning (mCSCL). Engaging in metacognitive interaction promotes students’ regulatory learning and this can provide a positive influence to learning outcomes. However, despite insightful empirical studies, there is no research into the actual processes of new knowledge creation in this context. This leads to the question of how mobile learning experiences can support the co-creation of new knowledge. Two classroom action research studies were carried out using a qualitative research approach.

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  • In India, around 93 tobacco varieties were released and three cultivars identified for commercial cultivation in 10 types of tobacco grown under various agro climatic regions. In order to make this information available to researchers, farmers and students, an online expert system on tobacco varieties was developed using Agridaksh tool designed for creation of knowledge base of all crops at a single platform for global accessing. The information on tobacco varieties provided by the domain experts of tobacco crop was used in constructing the knowledge model.

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  • Characterization of user activities is an important issue in the design and maintenance of websites. Server weblog files have abundant information about the user’s current interests. This information can be mined and analyzed therefore the administrators may be able to guide the users in their browsing activity so they may obtain relevant information in a shorter span of time to obtain user satisfaction.

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  • The study investigated how knowledge sharing process takes place among communities in rural areas in Tanzania. Specifically, the study determined how knowledge was created; assessed how rural people shared knowledge; and evaluated the impacts of social-cultural practices, individual and institutional factors on knowledge creation and sharing. The study also assessed how ICTs were used in knowledge creation and sharing among rural people. The study employed a meta-analysis where studies on knowledge acquisition and sharing among rural people in Tanzania were critically analysed.

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  • Two higher education courses involving students, teachers, and customers in multifaceted experiences of knowledge creation are described. The Trialogical Learning Approach (TLA) provides a theoretical framework to address learning and teaching organized around authentic problems and the development of shared knowledge objects, such as reports, products, and new practices. The approach directs attention to those aspects of social interaction and artifact-mediated activities, which focus on the development of shared objects and the pursuit of novel knowledge and understanding.

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  • Despite the proliferation of Mobile Instant Messaging (MIM) platforms, such as WhatsApp, studies that examine their role for learning and knowledge sharing are still rare. Using the context of global health, this study seeks to examine the ways in which MIM platforms are being used for learning and knowledge sharing and identify associated potentials and constraints. A survey with open- and closed-ended questions was administered and the experience of 40 respondents from 44 different project settings was gathered and analyzed.

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  • Improvement of learning and human development for sustainable development has been recognized as a key strategy for individuals and organizations to strengthen their competitive advantages. It becomes crucial to help adult learners and knowledge workers to improve their self-directed and life-long learning capabilities.

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