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Analysis of Knowledge-transfer in the Transition of Sports Goods Enterprises by evolutionary games theory

Chen You-Cheng and Guo Dong-Qiang
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Currently, most sporting goods enterprises are in the adjustment period of transition. It is an inevitable trend for knowledge-transfer between newly created departments and parent departments in the process of transition. It found that there was little research on knowledge-transfer between departments of sporting goods enterprises by literature analysis. This article summarized the main transition types of sporting goods enterprise and studied the strategies between newly created parent departments and parent departments in the transition of sporting goods enterprises in the process of knowledge-transfer by using evolutionary game theory.

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Chen You-Cheng and Guo Dong-Qiang, 2013. Analysis of Knowledge-transfer in the Transition of Sports Goods Enterprises by evolutionary games theory. Journal of Applied Sciences, 13: 3608-3611.

DOI: 10.3923/jas.2013.3608.3611


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