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How to Improve the Transfer Efficiency of Tacit Knowledge among Organizations?

Lingling Guo
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In the era of knowledge economy, knowledge plays an important role in firm development. How to improve the effect and efficiency of the knowledge transferring in order to strengthen the firm competition? In this study, the influence factors of transfer efficiency of tacit knowledge are analyzed with the differential dynamics model. The result suggests the hidden time determines the terminal state of the transferors’ number. The number will be stable and constant when forget ratio and contact frequency are set and time delay belongs to (0, 1.73) while the number will have a Horf bifurcation and periodic variance when time delay belongs to (1.73, 2). In the former station, the transfer efficiency of tacit knowledge is positively related to contact frequency and effective contact among organizations while that is negatively related to forget ratio. These results will be beneficial to firm management and improve the transfer efficiency of tacit knowledge.

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Lingling Guo , 2013. How to Improve the Transfer Efficiency of Tacit Knowledge among Organizations?. Journal of Applied Sciences, 13: 5804-5809.

DOI: 10.3923/jas.2013.5804.5809

Received: September 11, 2013; Accepted: November 25, 2013; Published: March 04, 2014

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