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    The problem is that much of this tacit is not easily amenable to this treatment. It cannot be captured or converted easily and much of it is unspoken and unrecorded (Callahan, 2007). There two types of knowledge in the KM arena and are categorized as Tacit Knowledge and Explicit Knowledge. Tacit knowledge is more likely to be personal and based on individual experiences and activities. In contrast, Explicit knowledge typically refers to knowledge that has been expressed into words and numbers. Such knowledge can be shared formally and systematically in the form of data, specifications, manuals, drawings, audio and videotapes, computer programs, patents, and the like (Becerra-Fernandez & SaBherwal,…

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    Instead we should learn how to create a strong bound between parents and their children. It sounds simple but it is a lot of work because every family is different, they tend to have different life styles at home. Television will always be exposing adult material, it doesn’t matter how overprotective parents can be, and explicit material will be available somehow. For this reason parents also need to learn to communicate and express their thoughts with full honesty to children. Being honest to…

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    Explicit Clothing

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    A story we are all so familiar with: females accused with criminal charges because of dressing in ‘explicit clothing’ in the Middle East. Most of us in the United States would think “ Explicit Clothing?” Shockingly, in this case, it was ripped jeans. A 14 year old girl was enjoying a day with her friends until she was in face to face with the Iranian morality police. The officers tried to force the girls in a van while beating them with sticks. The reason was because they were wearing ripped…

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    Essay On Explicit Memory

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    memory processor including encoding, storage and retrieval. There are also those times in life when you behave in a not so admirable way and wish you could go back and change some of those actions and thoughts. In endeavoring to search for who we are, one will also discover the need to affiliate with other or place before they believe in themselves; this is evident in individual’s explicit and implicit memories. However, memory is defined as the mental capacity or faulty and reviving facts,…

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    Knowledge can be distinguished in two different types. Nonaka and Takeuchi (1995) describe knowledge as existing in two dimensions – tacit and explicit knowledge. In essence, knowledge is most commonly categorised as either explicit (coded) or tacit (that which is in people's heads). Tacit knowledge is the personal and context specific knowledge of a person that resides in the human mind, behaviour, and perception (Duffy2000). It evolves from people's interactions and requires skill and…

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    According to Massingham (2014:1077), knowledge is an intangible resource, and it combines with other firm resources (e.g.financial and physical) to create capabilities. Knowledge resources are oftenclassified as either tacit (implicit) or codified (explicit). Tacit knowledge is the knowledge inan individual’s head. Codified knowledge is knowledge that is transferablein formal, systematic language, e.g. via reports and databases. Tacit and codified knowledge are two sides to the same coin, in the…

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    Embedded Explicit Approach

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    utilize intervention strategies that are appropriate for the child in order to help the child develop skills that will enhance her reading. In order for a child to engage in reading there is several areas that the child must excel in. These areas include phonemic awareness, print concepts, alphabetic awareness, oral language, reading rates (Nelson, 2010). According to American Speech Language Hearing Association (ASHA) a speech language pathologist can indirectly and directly incorporate…

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    Explicit Reading Skills

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    Teachers need to be equipped with an abundance of different effective explicit and systematic strategies to develop their student’s success in reading skills. Creating opportunities to achieve this goal, lies within understanding and supporting the needs of all students both in and outside the classroom. The ability to read and write is two of the most fundamental aspects in a child’s development while at school (Morcom, 2005). The development of a child’s reading will directly affect their…

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    Nonaka And Polyani Report

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    Internalization: The explicit sources is used and learned, the knowledge is internalized by changing the user 's existing tacit knowledge. This stage can be understood as ‘praxis’, where knowledge is applied and used in practical situations and becomes the basis for new routines’. (Explicit to Tacit Knowledge) (Popadiuk, Silvio 2006) Learning by doing practical activities such as being till trained to serve customers, widening your knowledge about the products at hand or completing and…

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    Wiig Km

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    Knowledge Management (KM) Cycle is known as a procedure of changing data and information into valuable knowledge inside an organization. This cycle is aimed to clarify the flow of how knowledge is caught, prepared, and allocated in an organization. Wiig KM Cycle is one of the KM Cycles. Wiig is focusing on the three major conditions that should be available for an organization in order to direct its business effectively. (Mohapatra, 2016) i)It must have a business and customers. The…

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