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The Role of Internal Competition in Knowledge Creation

Makoto Matsuo

The Role of Internal Competition in Knowledge Creation

An Empirical Study in Japanese Firms (Kreatives Management,)

by Makoto Matsuo

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Published by Peter Lang Publishing .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Asia - General,
  • Information Management,
  • Knowledge Capital,
  • Business & Economics,
  • Business / Economics / Finance,
  • Competition,
  • Japan,
  • Knowledge management,
  • Business/Economics

  • The Physical Object
    FormatPaperback
    Number of Pages208
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL12660401M
    ISBN 103039105957
    ISBN 109783039105953

    The importance of knowledge as a key organizational resource contributing to competitive advantage is undisputed in research and in practice. Yet, the way in which such knowledge is created in organizations is relatively poorly understood. This paper develops a theoretical model elucidating how organizations create knowledge for the purpose of gaining competitive advantage.   Fig. 2. The levels of competition. A region is more a geographical than economic unit but it still has important role to play in the competition literature. As with the country level, regional competitiveness is a controversial concept but number of phenomena in economies can be explained with the help of it.

    This study aims to examine the role of creative destruction and knowledge creation which is a mediation between the speed of innovation and the competitiveness of food pdf ( KB) The social progress on the development of global competitiveness. capability and competence give it the greatest competitive or comparative advantage, and in which its choice of competition strategy will be most effective. Core competence - is defined by Hamel and Prahalad as ‘the sum of learning across individual skill sets and individual organizational units’.

      The evidence of practical experience teaches us that internal competition is costly and dangerous to the sustainable well-being of an organization. The bottom lines Wake up. The internal sources of competitive advantage cover a wide range of areas. The important competitive Above writings signify competitive advantage as the ability to stay ahead of present or potential competition, thus superior performance reached through competitive advantage will ensure market leadership. role in economic development of.


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The Role of Internal Competition in Knowledge Creation by Makoto Matsuo Download PDF EPUB FB2

This book is about how to implement creative competition within an organization. It examines the conditions under which internal competition can promote knowledge acquisition and knowledge sharing. The book describes a number of studies of sales departments in Japanese by: 1.

Get this from a library. The role of internal competition in knowledge creation: an empirical study in Japanese firms. [Makoto Matsuo]. Managing Knowledge Creation.

The role of management in the knowledge creation process is thus as follows: To enable and encourage knowledge sharing: On the tactical side, as described in the previous subsection, management must understand where and in what forms knowledge exists.

They must then provide the right forums for knowledge to be shared. The role of innovation is an important key that leads to the creation of competitive advantages for businesses, and thus the frozen food industry must pay attention to the creation of innovation, especially external skills, knowledge, and experiences, which can foster innovation and lead to the creation of competitive by: 8.

How Knowledge Creation Capabilities Lead to Competitive Advantage: /ch This chapter examines the roles of organizational creativity and organizational learning effectiveness in explaining the processes through which knowledge.

Internal knowledge transfer should be considered in order to provide value for organization. [4] 2. Knowledge as a fundamental principle of competitive advantage Recently the role of organizational knowledge as a fundamental principle of the competitive advantage has been emphasized in the field of strategic management.

The aim of the study is to analyze the role of the external factors as: the role of the government policy, the role of the new entrants, threat of substitute products or services, bargaining power of buyers, suppliers, rivalry among firms and also the role of the internal factors such as tangible and intangible assets in competitive advantage.

Efficient knowledge use enhances competitive advantage and improves organizational success. Knowledge management (KM) has become increasingly important as organizations realize that effective use of their vast and varied knowledge assets and resources provides them with the ability to innovate and respond to fast changing customer expectations.

A 'read' is counted each time someone views a publication summary (such as the title, abstract, and list of authors), clicks on a figure, or views or downloads the full-text. INTERNAL MARKETING. A very important element in strategic planning is the core competency of an organization.

If the core competency is properly managed, it will bring a competitive advantage for organization (Hitt et al., ).One form of competitive advantage is offering proper services to customers, whose result will be the customer’s robust loyalty. Nonaka & Takeuchi Knowledge-Creating Company commentary by Lassi A.

Liikkanen, 6 Organizing for knowledge creation The first part in R&D (here equivalent of organizational knowledge creation) is utilizing tacit knowledge through socialization and internalization. ISO vs. Conversion Tool. This free tool will help you to convert ISO clauses to the new ISO clauses. Just select the number of your current clause below and you will find out which clause in ISO corresponds with it, and what kind of changes do you need to perform in your QMS to comply with the new revision of the standard.

Knowledge creation and organizational learning: the role of internal competition in Japanese firms Author: Matsuo, Makoto. ISNI: Awarding Body: University of Lancaster Current Institution: Lancaster University Date of Award: This is a knowledge management book covering the theories, frameworks, models, tools, and supporting disciplines that are relevant to both the student and the practitioner.

The goal of this book is to provide a comprehensive overview of knowledge management by examining its objectives, scope, strategy, best practices. The main job of managers in the knowledge-creating company is to orient this chaos toward purposeful knowledge creation. Managers do this by providing employees with a conceptual framework that.

Search the world's most comprehensive index of full-text books. My library. knowledge. The processes of KM (creation, organisation, sharing and application) are presented in section three.

The paper reviews management as a concept in section four, while KM is defined in section five. The need to manage knowledge in organisation is highlighted in section six. These individuals are driven, upbeat, and eager to drive organizational change.

Your internal champions will play an important role in generating excitement around the launch of your knowledge management platform and also have a role in the soft launch (we will discuss this more in a little bit).

Inventory and Organize Your Knowledge Assets. This study is an effort towards understanding the role of organizational systems in innovation performance. We consider two distinct perspectives of organizational systems in terms of knowledge creation and innovation performance.

One perspective considers organizational systems as serving to recombine existing knowledge to create new knowledge and thus value, while the other views.

knowledge creation, sharing, and utilization are crucial in creating competitive advantage. Therefore, our essay evolves around key factors that create and maintain competitive advantage; among them, we note mechanisms through which knowledge is acquired and developed, the role of management styles in knowledge.

Downloadable (with restrictions)! Competition in the already highly competitive automotive industry intensified in the early 's. The ubiquitous internal combustion engine began to be challenged by the upstart alternatives of battery and hybrid electric vehicles, which has led to an intricate web of knowledge development.

Our research aims to qualify and quantify the dynamic relationships.Raman Knowledge creation in organizational networks Proceedings of the Eleventh Americas Conference on Information Systems, Omaha, NE, USA August 11 th Furthermore, as an organization’s environmental context changes, the contributing factors and processes it deploys to create.Today, the central role of knowledge management within the companies makes it imperative to apprehend the conditions for success.

From this, the lack interest in assessing the effects of the environment’s moderation of the direct relationship between knowledge management and the competitiveness of the company is an often-ignored problematic.