Understanding the Value and Transference of Tacit Knowledge in Socio-Technical Networks and Complex Systems: A Study of Simultaneous Internal and External Organizational Knowledge Networks
Aalto University; University of Melbourne
October 24, 2008
8th International Conference on Telecommunications, pp. 428-433, October 24, 2008
This paper will examine the development and tracking of tacit (informal) knowledge transfer within a complex system and through the lens of scalability. The relevance of complex systems to transport is that transportation and mobility are highly complex systems. Understanding the combination of these elements supports effective sustainable systems. Understanding and applying the transfer of knowledge within such systems must also include knowledge transfer within and between groups/organizations/cities/countries. The behavior of the social or socio aspects of a system in relation to the explicit formal/physical structures needs consideration when implementing methodologies into complex systems. This paper reviews several studies that address issues regarding complexity.
Number of Pages in PDF File: 6
Keywords: Organizational Transport, Complexity Theory, Complex Systems, Scalability, Community of Practice, Tacit Knowledge Networks, Knowledge Transfer, Emergence
JEL Classification: D23, D71, L23, L91, M10, O32Accepted Paper Series
Date posted: February 18, 2011
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