Talk:Understanding the influence of organizational change strategies on information technology and knowledge management strategies
Tacit and Explicit knowledge -- Kristina Tasheva 14:08, 3 June 2012 (CEST)
Laid under the circumstances of unstability, the leaders are certain about the growing power of the non-material assets and values(human, informational, organizational) and how the effective management leads to obtaining of competitive privilege. In that respect, the presence and availability of effective methods for management of these processes and their optimization by using IT, is crucial for the success of an organization. Since the environment constantly changes, it is required for the organization to be flexible and to react quickly to the changes that come into being.
In that respect the paper suggests the tacit and the explicit knowledge as a way to understand how strategic change may be accomplished. Knowledge Management codifies the tacit knowledge by increasing what the organization knows and organizes the explicit knowledge to be used throughout the organization. Communications and the knowledge management are highly technological platforms for management of the info-processes in the innovative companies, reinforcing the level of communicational competence.
In the article "Tacit Knowledge versus Explicit Knowledge: Approaches to Knowledge Management Practice", Ron Sanchez explains two fundamental approaches to knowledge management.