Creating Knowledge through Combination - a Case Study from Singapore
Conference Proceeding Article
This study aims to understand the antecedents of new knowledge creation in knowledge-intensive organizations. A model of knowledge management and new knowledge creation inspired by the works of Nonaka and others was used to develop a questionnaire. 213 individuals from a knowledge-based organization in Singapore respondent to the survey. The results of the study indicated that knowledge tools and technologies interact with the modus of knowledge combination to influence knowledge outcomes in terms of worker skills, competencies, market knowledge and client relationships. The key ingredients for creating new knowledge as well as synergistic collaborations between various knowledge players are also discussed
Asian Studies | Human Resources Management | Technology and Innovation
Organisational Behaviour and Human Resources
2006 Innovations in Information Technology: Proceedings, Dubai, 19-21 November 2006
City or Country
MENKHOFF, Thomas; CHAY, Yue Wah; LOW, Benjamin; and EVERS, Hans-Dieter.
Creating Knowledge through Combination - a Case Study from Singapore. (2006). 2006 Innovations in Information Technology: Proceedings, Dubai, 19-21 November 2006. 1-5. Research Collection Lee Kong Chian School Of Business.
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