The body of knowledge
associated with the human immunodeficiency virus (HIV) and the acquired immune deficiency syndrome (AIDS) represents complexity not present in any other disease.
As the latest method for harnessing corporate power to grind a competitive edge, Knowledge
Management has become all the rage.
Such arguments might lead one to conclude that crossing boundaries always makes innovative knowledges
more likely (Dogan & Pahre, 1990), while remaining within boundaries always risks producing nontruthful knowledges
The newly introduced event seeks to promote knowledge
as a foundation for community building ahead of the highly anticipated fourth Knowledge
Summit on November 21-22, 2017, at the Dubai World Trade Centre.
Hansen, Nohria and Tierney (1999) observe that knowledge
management is not new as owners of family businesses have for ages passed their commercial wisdom on to their children, master craftsmen have painstakingly taught their trades to apprentices, and workers have exchanged ideas and know how on the job.
is a complex organizational resource, consisting of both common and unique facets with varying levels and types of knowledge
Through new forms of knowledge
such as political economy, population itself was rendered visible both as an object and as an end of government.
In Openness, Secrecy, Authorship: Technical Arts and the Culture of Knowledge
from Antiquity to the Renaissance, Pamela O.
can be classified along many dimensions, such as private-public, component-architectural, individual-collective and explicit-tacit.
Peter Drucker first used the terms 'knowledge
worker' and 'knowledge
society' in the 1960s and more recently stated that knowledge
has become the only meaningful resource.
across many borders means recognizing a world of difference.
They also deal with another conundrum of environmental policy: the "knowledge