A Knowledge Review: Implications For Future Research and Practical Application

Stefan Mikic, Gareth R.T. White, Azley Abd Razak

Abstract


Knowledge has evolved from being an abstract concept that resides within the human mind to a manageable resource that is capable of contributing to organisational competitive advantage. Research in the field is largely divergent, both in methodological execution and in objective, resulting in potential for a widening of the gulf between scholastic endeavour and practical value. A ‘Knowledge Matrix’ based upon Tranfield and Starkey’s (1998) social and cognitive dimensional conceptualisation is used to depict the theory-practice gaps that exist in the knowledge management literature.


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