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CHAPTER 2. KNOWLEDGE. WHAT IS DATA?. WHAT IS INFORMATION?. WHAT IS KNOWLEDGE?. DATA, INFORMATION AND KNOWLEDGE. DATA,INFORMATION AND KNOWLEDGE : EXAMPLE. PERSPECTIVES ON KNOWLEDGE. SUBJECTIVE VIEW OF KNOWLEDGE. OBJECTIVE VIEW OF KNOWLEDGE. TYPES OF KNOWLEDGE.

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Chapter 2

CHAPTER 2

KNOWLEDGE


What is data

WHAT IS DATA?


What is information

WHAT IS INFORMATION?


What is knowledge

WHAT IS KNOWLEDGE?


Data information and knowledge

DATA, INFORMATION AND KNOWLEDGE


Data information and knowledge example

DATA,INFORMATION AND KNOWLEDGE : EXAMPLE


Perspectives on knowledge

PERSPECTIVES ON KNOWLEDGE


Subjective view of knowledge

SUBJECTIVE VIEW OF KNOWLEDGE


Objective view of knowledge

OBJECTIVE VIEW OF KNOWLEDGE


Types of knowledge

TYPES OF KNOWLEDGE

  • PROCEDURAL AND DECLARATIVE KNOWLEDGE


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TYPES OF KNOWLEDGE

  • TACIT AND EXPLICIT KNOWLEDGE


Comparing tacit and explicit knowledge

COMPARING TACIT AND EXPLICIT KNOWLEDGE


Types of knowledge1

TYPES OF KNOWLEDGE

  • GENERAL AND SPECIFIC KNOWLEDGE


Types of knowledge2

TYPES OF KNOWLEDGE

  • TECHNICALLY AND CONTEXTUALLY SPECIFIC KNOWLEDGE


Knowledge and expertise

KNOWLEDGE AND EXPERTISE


Types of expertise

TYPES OF EXPERTISE


Reservoirs of knowledge

RESERVOIRS OF KNOWLEDGE


Intellectual capital

INTELLECTUAL CAPITAL

  • Intellectual capital is knowledge that can be exploited for some money-making or other useful purpose.

  • Three types of intellectual capital :

  • Human capital : knowledge, skill and capabilities possessed by individual employees

  • Organizational capital : the institutionalized knowledge and codified experience residing in databases, manuals, culture, systems, structures, and processes.

  • Social capital : the knowledge embedded in the relationships and interactions among individuals.


Questions

QUESTIONS

  • How do the terms data and knowledge differ? Describe each term with the help of a similar example, elucidating the difference between the two.

  • Does a player in a card game use tacit or explicit knowledge? Why? Define and explain the difference between the two.

  • What is expertise? Distinguish among the three types of expertise.


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