E-business: knowledge transfer from higher educational institutions to industry

Owens, Jonathan D and McMans, Johns (2004) E-business: knowledge transfer from higher educational institutions to industry. In: First International Conference on Intellectual Capital, Knowledge management and Organisational Learning, 29-30 October 2004, University of Toronto, Canada.

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Knowledge Transfer is fast becoming a commercial necessity for many industries, in order that they may effectively manage their intellectual assets and gain competitive advantage. Subsequently, to be able to maximise that advantage, knowledge management needs to be available across the entire learning spectrum. Once this knowledge has been identified and made more accessible then it is necessary to develop a knowledge transfer procedure. The development of capability to support Higher Educational Institutions in this area is a challenging issue as they are one of the major sources providing this knowledge transfer. This paper addresses issues relating to knowledge management, knowledge transfer, and information flow through the e-Business vehicle from Higher Educational Institutions to industry.

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Additional Information:Knowledge Transfer is fast becoming a commercial necessity for many industries, in order that they may effectively manage their intellectual assets and gain competitive advantage. Subsequently, to be able to maximise that advantage, knowledge management needs to be available across the entire learning spectrum. Once this knowledge has been identified and made more accessible then it is necessary to develop a knowledge transfer procedure. The development of capability to support Higher Educational Institutions in this area is a challenging issue as they are one of the major sources providing this knowledge transfer. This paper addresses issues relating to knowledge management, knowledge transfer, and information flow through the e-Business vehicle from Higher Educational Institutions to industry.
Keywords:E-Business, Knowledge Transfer, Knowledge Management, Knowledge Modelling, Knowledge Strategies, Higher Educational Institutions.
Subjects:N Business and Administrative studies > N100 Business studies
Divisions:College of Social Science > Lincoln Business School
ID Code:2394
Deposited By:INVALID USER
Deposited On:29 Apr 2010 16:42
Last Modified:13 Mar 2013 08:37

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