April 28, 2009

KBAM post module 3

some thoughts on explicit and tacit knowledge.

I have been reading on explicit and tacit knowledge. Nonaka (1995) in the Oxford paper has clearly defined both knowledge and distingush between them.

relating them to the MBE learning

the MBE class has finished and the experience was great.

We have gained a lot through lectures and mini projects and these are what we said tacit knowledge.

however there are more that we can learn from explicit knowledge. everyone i believe in the class has learnt so many differet things within this year. During the year, through forums and debat we have shared others' experience and this is one of the method how explicit knowledge are transformed to tacit knowledge

I found it particularly useful to learn from others and if one person can learn from e.g. 5 people then that means he/she has already obtained 6 people's knowledge (including itself).

from now on, blogs would be a platform for us to share our explicit knowledge and hence transofrm it to become tacit knowledge.

well done guys

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  1. haha… yes billy let’s hope so by crossing our fingers together :p

    30 Jul 2009, 14:48

  2. news

    Lol. Yes, that sounds like a solution.. lol.

    23 Aug 2009, 12:36

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