Productivity? Domain Complexity vs. Tacit Knowledge

Bidragets oversatte titel: Produktivitet? Domæne kompleksitet vesus tavs viden

Erik Skov Madsen, Lars Lindegaard Mikkelsen

Publikation: Konferencebidrag uden forlag/tidsskriftPaperForskningpeer review

Resumé

This paper discusses productivity in relation to tacit knowledge (which in the paper is regarded as skills, experiences, competences and attitudes) and domain complexity. The study is based on five very different case studies; three studies are conducted in Den¬mark, China, and the Czech Republic and these studies are particularly studying knowledge transfer when moving manufacturing facilities to a new location. Two studies investigate operation and automation of oil and gas production in the North Sea. Semi-structured interviews, surveys, and observations are the main methods used. The paper provides a novel conceptual framework around which manage¬ment will be able to generate discussions about productivity and the need for learning programs when considering changes in the complexity of a domain.
OriginalsprogEngelsk
Publikationsdato3. dec. 2012
Antal sider13
StatusUdgivet - 3. dec. 2012
BegivenhedDet Danske Ledelsesakademi: Fleksibilitet i ledelse ud over og på tværs af traditionelle positioner - Aalborg Universitet, Copenhagen, Copenhagen, Danmark
Varighed: 3. dec. 20124. dec. 2012
Konferencens nummer: 7

Konference

KonferenceDet Danske Ledelsesakademi
Nummer7
LokationAalborg Universitet, Copenhagen
LandDanmark
ByCopenhagen
Periode03/12/201204/12/2012

Fingeraftryk

productivity
knowledge transfer
Czech Republic
automation
Denmark
manufacturing
China
interview
management
learning
experience

Citer dette

Madsen, E. S., & Mikkelsen, L. L. (2012). Productivity? Domain Complexity vs. Tacit Knowledge. Paper præsenteret på Det Danske Ledelsesakademi, Copenhagen, Danmark.
Madsen, Erik Skov ; Mikkelsen, Lars Lindegaard. / Productivity? Domain Complexity vs. Tacit Knowledge. Paper præsenteret på Det Danske Ledelsesakademi, Copenhagen, Danmark.13 s.
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