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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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Hypothesis 1a: Expatriates with greater interdependent self-construal will facilitate greater knowledge transfer with their HCN colleagues than will those with less interdependent self-construal.
So, how do organisations overcome these and embrace knowledge transfer as an important business capability?
0]: Ensuring vertical knowledge transfer does not depend on organizational culture.
Dependent variable in this study is consisted of two components of knowledge creation and knowledge transfer and Independent variable includes organizational factors affecting the successful implementation of knowledge management.
There is a less explored area of knowledge transfer effectiveness in the international context (Kedia & Bhagat, 1988; Madu, 1989; Kumar et al.
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.
Maintaining the possibility of the multilateral approach, I emphasize these two aspects, as it is them which point out the Weberian, object-oriented ideal types of knowledge transfer.
While previous studies agree on the importance of absorptive capacity and motivation on knowledge transfer effectiveness, there are also studies that prove otherwise.
There has been also a stream of research in the literature that concentrates on knowledge transfer during the process of M&A.
Support subject matter experts and their “apprentices” to ensure measurable, methodical, knowledge transfer
The investment--through the Technology Strategy Board, the Department of Energy and Climate Change (DECC), the Nuclear Decommis-sioning Authority (NDA) and the Engineering and Physical Sciences Research Council (EPSRC)--will fund feasibility projects, collaborative R&D and Knowledge Transfer Partnerships (KTPs) that stimulate innovation and strengthen the UK supply chain.
And a team of Knowledge Transfer Facilitators will take advantage of the lunch break to gather feedback from the industry.
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