Meeting Czech Knowledge Management Challenges Head-On: KM-Be.At-It

Meeting Czech Knowledge Management Challenges Head-On: KM-Be.At-It

Richard Brunet-Thornton (IMCA/GARC, UK) and Vladimír Bureš (University of Hradec Králové, Czech Republic)
DOI: 10.4018/978-1-60960-783-8.ch422
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Bureš and Čech (2008) identify four knowledge levels depicted in Figure 1. It describes the overall environment wherein knowledge-related activities arise. Each level differs from the other in many aspects. An increase of the resolution of any one level permits the discovery of another. Exemplars of this refinement are particular economic sectors (tourism, engineering, telecommunications, and education), or clusters that have different knowledge needs, utilisable tools, techniques and procedures. They are frequently uncovered between the national and the organisational level demonstrating that the demarcation between levels is ambiguous.

Figure 1.

Knowledge levels (adopted from (Bureš, 2009))


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