The Knowledge Dimension of Production Transfer

Jens Ove Riis, Brian Vejrum Wæhrens, Erik Skov Madsen

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Resumé

Empirical studies in three industrial companies have revealed that even companies with many years of experience in production transfer tend to focus attention on planning the physical transfer and on the explicit knowledge associated with normal production. They are uncertain about capturing, trans­ferring and developing tacit knowledge. Supported by studies in the literature it is concluded that there is a need for a more systematic approach to knowledge transfer and development to provide an accelerated ramp-up after the physical transfer. A framework will be structured around a generic set of phases of the transfer process, and a distinction between the sending and the receiving orga­nizational unit. A method for capturing the tacit knowledge embedded in a pro­duction job has been developed and tested. The framework and the method will provide a basis for preparing a master plan for knowledge transfer and devel­opment.
OriginalsprogEngelsk
TitelThe proceedings of APMS 2009 - Advances in Production Management Systems : Production Management Systems: New Challenges, New Approaches
Antal sider8
ForlagAPMS
Publikationsdato2010
StatusUdgivet - 2010
Begivenhed "Production Management Systems: New Challenges, New Approaches" - APMS 2009 (International Conference on Advances in Production Management Systems Advances in Production Management Systems) - Bordeaux, Frankrig
Varighed: 19. sep. 200923. sep. 2009

Konference

Konference "Production Management Systems: New Challenges, New Approaches" - APMS 2009 (International Conference on Advances in Production Management Systems Advances in Production Management Systems)
LandFrankrig
ByBordeaux
Periode19/09/200923/09/2009

Fingeraftryk

Tacit knowledge
Knowledge transfer
Knowledge development
Transfer process
Empirical study
Explicit knowledge
Planning

Citer dette

Riis, J. O., Wæhrens, B. V., & Madsen, E. S. (2010). The Knowledge Dimension of Production Transfer. I The proceedings of APMS 2009 - Advances in Production Management Systems: Production Management Systems: New Challenges, New Approaches APMS.
Riis, Jens Ove ; Wæhrens, Brian Vejrum ; Madsen, Erik Skov. / The Knowledge Dimension of Production Transfer. The proceedings of APMS 2009 - Advances in Production Management Systems: Production Management Systems: New Challenges, New Approaches. APMS, 2010.
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Riis, JO, Wæhrens, BV & Madsen, ES 2010, The Knowledge Dimension of Production Transfer. i The proceedings of APMS 2009 - Advances in Production Management Systems: Production Management Systems: New Challenges, New Approaches. APMS,  "Production Management Systems: New Challenges, New Approaches" - APMS 2009 (International Conference on Advances in Production Management Systems Advances in Production Management Systems), Bordeaux, Frankrig, 19/09/2009.

The Knowledge Dimension of Production Transfer. / Riis, Jens Ove; Wæhrens, Brian Vejrum; Madsen, Erik Skov.

The proceedings of APMS 2009 - Advances in Production Management Systems: Production Management Systems: New Challenges, New Approaches. APMS, 2010.

Publikation: Bidrag til bog/antologi/rapport/konference-proceedingKonferencebidrag i proceedingsForskningpeer review

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Riis JO, Wæhrens BV, Madsen ES. The Knowledge Dimension of Production Transfer. I The proceedings of APMS 2009 - Advances in Production Management Systems: Production Management Systems: New Challenges, New Approaches. APMS. 2010