Japanese Knowledge Creation and the Fundamental Illusion Theory: A Fresh Look
AbstractWe propose the fundamental illusion theory to explain knowledge creation based on Japanese companies. This theory is a hearing illusion which explains that when two tones occur together a third lower pitched tone is heard, but this last perceived pitch is a frequency (fundamental) for which there is no actual source vibration. If we make an analogy between fundamental frequency and knowledge, between tones occurring together and learning + culture + leadership, we have a new management model.
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Volume (Year): 05 (2006)
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