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Personal Knowledge Capital: The Inner and Outer Path of Knowledge Creation in a Web World

Lookup NU author(s): Dr Janette Young


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Intangible value leads to new insights and ideas, and higher levels of creativity and innovative thinking. Personal knolwedge capital focuses on the knowledge worker, knowledge creation and third generation knowledge management. A focus on the 'inner and outer' aspects of personal knowledge creates a balanced approach to producing creative solutions. This book forms part of a synthesis of mind versus body thinking in relation to knowledge creation theory within knowledge management. The book explores the inner and the outer path of knowledge creation. The inner path focuses on know-how in knowledge creation that results in a model for personal kowledge awareness. The outer path explores how to effectively communicate and exploit knowledge in a modern business world, both online and off-line. This section focuses on valuing intangibles, including social capital; relationships and trust; community; conversation; infrastructure and ecologies for a web world. The emphasis is upon managing your own assets through your own communities and netwroks whilst exploiting the latest technologies.Key Points:Examines know-how, tacit, emotional and cognitivie knowledgeLinks social capital to web technologies in order to create innovative frameworks, tools and modelsPuts forward tools supported by research which can be used for the design of a knowlege infrastructureExplores the integration of mind and body in relation to knoweldge creation theory

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Author(s): Young J

Publication type: Authored Book

Publication status: Published

Year: 2012

Number of Volumes: 1

Number of Pages: 210

Print publication date: 18/07/2012

Publisher: Chandos Publishing

Place Published: Oxford


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ISBN: 9781843347002


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