TKIMTacit Knowledge Inventory for Managers
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Thus, based on the Chinese version of the TKIM, the result of the model comparisons with CFA supports a two-factor model of global and local contexts for Chinese managers' tacit knowledge.
The CFA results indicate that for Chinese enterprise managers completing the Chinese version of the TKIM, tacit knowledge consists of local and global factors on the basis of context.
This indicates that higher levels of neuroticism mean higher scores on the TKIM, resulting in a poorer match against the expert profile on these scales.
The response items from Chinese managers dealing with situations were collected for the purpose of creating a Chinese version of the TKIM.