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Business Perspectives of Philosophy And Knowledge: Knowledge State
  To date, there is an identifiable disunion in literature as to where the locus of attention for knowledge transfer should be. Felin and Hesterly, (2007) remark that knowledge is created and initiated at the organisational level. Conversely, (Inkpen and Dinur, 1998) indicate that knowledge creation is initiated and knowledge transfer is conducted at the individual level. This being the case, this discussion will surround the potentially insurmountable problem, in that, before the knowledge is transferred it has become ‘unstable’ in its validated state.

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  • Date:

    11 March 2018

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  • Library of Congress:

    HF54.5 Business Information Services

  • Dewey Decimal Classification:

    658 General management

  • Funders:

    University of Oxford


Fascia, M. (2018). Business Perspectives of Philosophy And Knowledge: Knowledge State. Decision Analysis, 9(11),



Knowledge, Knowledge Transfer, Data Problems, Organisation,

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