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Title: Method of knowledge resources management "Strategy of Columbus"
Authors: Galimova, A. S.
Keywords: knowledge management; knowledge resources; tacit knowledge; implicit knowledge; hidden knowledge; "Columbus Strategy"
Issue Date: 2019
Publisher: Томский политехнический университет
Citation: Galimova A. S. Method of knowledge resources management "Strategy of Columbus" / A. S. Galimova // Journal of Economics and Social Sciences. — 2019. — № 14. — [4 p.].
Abstract: The work substantiates the need to develop a mechanism for working with knowledge resources in a knowledge society. Themethod of working with implicit knowledge “Columbus Strategy” developed by H. Stowick, D. Adriensen is presented anddescribed. This method contributes to the discovery and development of implicit knowledge, it is based on the theory of managingideas. The Columbus Strategy includes 8 models of managing ideas and 5 methods of learning through action. It is stated andjustified the assumption that the hidden knowledge of the organization, which uses this method in its work, will be revealed,multiplied and promote the company in the market.
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