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Journal Issue
Volume 6 Issue 1 / Jul 2008  pp1‑74

Editor: Charles Despres

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Peer‑to‑Peer Systems Consubstantiating the Ba Concept  pp1‑12

Fábio Luís Accorsi, João Paulo Costa

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Distributed Knowledge Management in Virtual Organizations: the 'Social' Experience Factory  pp13‑32

Demosthenes Akoumianakis

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Drivers of Dynamic Learning Mechanism and Dynamic Knowledge Articulation in Alliance Organizations  pp33‑40

Hung-Hsin Chen, Po-Yen Lee

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Value Creation Role of Knowledge Management: a Developing Country Perspective  pp41‑48

Khusro P. Malik, Sobiah Malik

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Value Creation in Russian Companies: the Role of Intangible Assets  pp49‑60

Dmitry Volkov, Tatiana Garanina

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Tacit Knowledge and Pedagogy at UK Universities: Challenges for Effective Management  pp61‑74

Harvey Wright

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Abstract

This paper hopes to persuade readers of current thinking around Knowledge Management that more emphasis should be placed on tacit knowledge in management and its education and how it might be better communicated to students within universities and in organisations in general. It reflects upon what appears to be the predominant attention being paid to explicit knowledge in the curriculum and pedagogy of UK Universities which offer courses entitled Knowledge Management, and that this may be at the expense of more tacit knowledge 'management' approaches. 

 

Keywords: knowledge management, KM, tacit knowledge communication pedagogy curriculum didactic v constructionist university curriculum on knowledge management

 

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