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Attributes of Knowledge a Transfer Scenario

Fascia, Michael



The inference of causal ambiguity of the knowledge itself is of primary importance, since the inability to map relationships between a capability and a performance outcome is widely regarded as a commonality, thus, is a direct effect from successful or unsuccessful knowledge transfer. Contemporary literature identifies a perspective definition of what role these relationship concepts play in human cognitive understanding of knowledge and any underpinning relationship characteristics, only that they may exist to interfere with the transfer of knowledge at some obscure point. Most literature assumes this myopic biased view regarding actors interaction surrounding knowledge interpretation, as a consequence, performance differences between groups or businesses are often examined by simply using prescriptive asymmetries linked to knowledge transfer success, but without definition of success. With this view in mind, we will therefore examine various literature perspectives in which both business success and competitive advantage are linked to knowledge transfer.

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Working Paper Type Working Paper
Deposit Date Mar 23, 2018
Publisher Inderscience
Keywords Knowledge Transfer, Data Problems, Organisation
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Contract Date Jun 20, 2018

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