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A knowledge review: implications for future research and practical application

Mikic, Stefan; White, Gareth; Razak, Azley Abd


Stefan Mikic

Gareth White

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Azley Abd Razak
Senior Lecturer in Strategy and Enterprise


Knowledge has evolved from being an abstract concept that resides within the human mind to a manageable resource that is capable of contributing to organisational competitive advantage. Research in the field is largely divergent, both in methodological execution and in objective, resulting in potential for a widening of the gulf between scholastic endeavour and practical value. A ‘Knowledge Matrix’ based upon Tranfield and Starkey’s (1998) social and cognitive dimensional conceptualisation is used to depict the theory-practice gaps that exist in the knowledge management literature.


Mikic, S., White, G., & Razak, A. A. (2009). A knowledge review: implications for future research and practical application. International Journal of Business and Management, 4(1), 26-31

Journal Article Type Article
Publication Date Jan 1, 2009
Deposit Date Nov 3, 2010
Journal International Journal of Business and Management
Print ISSN 1833-3850
Publisher Canadian Center of Science and Education
Peer Reviewed Peer Reviewed
Volume 4
Issue 1
Pages 26-31
Keywords knowledge, knowledge management, research, practical application
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