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Knowledge Transfer. A slang term for training a new employee, especially when an outgoing employee trains the new employee to replace him/her.
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Knowledge transfer may lead to the discovery of applicability of research results in both practical fields and other disciplines.
As knowledge transfer is important for organizational competitiveness, we reasoned that the main challenge is to examine the relationship between global leadership competencies and knowledge transfer.
The next determinant of knowledge transfer effectiveness is geographical distance, the greater the geographical distance between headquarter and subsidiaries of an MNC, the lesser the the knowledge transfers (Hansen & Lovas, 2004).
Under normal circumstances [[beta].sub.1] > 0, [[gamma].sub.1] is the influence factor of knowledge transfer and represents the interaction between knowledge transfer and R&D configuration.
While cultural differences and their impact on business are widely studied topics (Hofstede, 1993, 1994; Ashkanasy et al., 2002; Bakascsi et al., 2002; Gupta, 2002), there are fewer studies on cultural implication in the knowledge transfer context (Kedia & Bhagat, 1988; Madu, 1989; Swensson, 2007; Duan et al., 2010).
Knowledge transfer definitions are congruent with these concepts but with the valuable addition, in my view, of a broader non-linear process involving researchers, educators, clinicians and policy makers right from the agenda setting and idea generation stage through to the implementation of initiatives.
According to my intentions the thoughts included in the study can be the indicators of conversation and knowledge transfer. They can cause discussions and development processes.
Some researchers view knowledge transfer as a process through which knowledge moves between a source and a recipient and where knowledge is applied and used (Szulanski, 1996, 2000; Szulanski, Cappetta and Jensen, 2004).
The closed questions measured factors related to explicit knowledge transfer, tacit knowledge transfer, degree of peer rivalry, and the degree of organizational progress they had after attaining the programs.
Knowledge Transfer Partnerships rely on recruiting graduates and Luke Jones recently joined CPBigwood as an associate to take the project forward.
horizontal and vertical knowledge transfer (Kalkan 2006).
Menter a Busnes, the economic development company, will continue to provide knowledge transfer services for the farming and forestry sectors.
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