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Reliance on Tacit Knowledge
Mark Francis Jaeger, Educator, United States, Member
Westerners seem to denigrate the role of tacit knowledge in job performance without objective justification. Thus, without objective justification, I will state that the power of communities of practice arises from the commonality of understanding allowed by tacit knowledge. (...) Read more? Sign up for free
 

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Reliance on Tacit Knowledge
Gary L. Nelson, Manager, United States, Member
Tacit knowledge has never been given its due. Tacit knowledge is difficult to monetize.
 

 
Reliance on Tacit Knowledge
Horacio Cortese, Consultant, Argentina, Member
Not only is difficult to monetize, is difficult to understand as well. We know that it exist, and it is the most of the knowledge. It is imposible to translate in words and numbers, so it is only attended by academics and experts, but not by business executives.
 

 
Reliance on Tacit Knowledge
Emmanuel Guobadia, HR Consultant, Nigeria, Member
Tacit knowledge is key in any organization that is determined to succeed. Though difficult to imitate some part can be gradually robbed off through appropriate coaching and mentoring over a period of time.
 

 
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