TKM

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AcronymDefinition
TKMTurkmenistan (ISO Country code)
TKMTe Quiero Mucho (Spanish: I Love You Very Much)
TKMToyota Kirloskar Motor
TKMTo Kill a Mockingbird (Harper Lee novel)
TKMToyota Kirloskar Motors (Toyota)
TKMThangal Kunju Musaliar (college founder; India)
TKMTeraz Kurwa My
TKMTeras Kasi Master (Star Wars)
TKMTechnical Knowledge Management (Kodak)
TKMTacit Knowledge Management (information sharing)
TKMTürk Kültür Merkezi (Turkish: Turkish Cultural Center; various locations)
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References in periodicals archive ?
Handbook of Research on Tacit Knowledge Management for Organizational Success
Their topics include explicating tacit knowledge: exploring an uncharted path for a questionable trip, institutionalizing informal learning behaviors for effective tacit knowledge management, total quality management and knowledge management: an integrated approach towards tacit knowledge management, sharing managerial tacit knowledge: a case study of managers working in Malaysia's local government, and managing tacit knowledge and the empowerment of patients and stakeholders in the health care sector.
Mohankrishnan, in his article, on the other hand, utilizes the metaphor of a tribal person to explain how tacit knowledge management may emerge as a technique for OD intervention.
Tacit knowledge management. Phenomenology and the Cognitive Sciences, 12 (2) 337366.
The practices and tools were classified into three categories according to their central approach, practices centered on explicit knowledge management, practices centered on tacit knowledge management, and support practices for knowledge management.
The second category of practices and tools for knowledge management focus on tacit knowledge management, where the members of the organization exchange their implicit knowledge of them and acquired through experience.
The purpose of this paper is to investigate students' attitudes towards career in tourism and to indicate the implications of these attitudes for tacit knowledge management. The paper opens by reviewing the literature on the role of tacit knowledge in the tourism market.
Topics covered include best practices; constructing "yellow pages" of experts; document management; exploiting collaborative work systems; future technologies; KM strategy implementation; knowledge map/ontology development; management of competencies, discussion forums, individual profiles, inter-organizational networks, metadata and semantics, organizational memory, team dynamics, workflows, and projects; tacit knowledge management; and taxonomy management.