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A Typology of Tacit Knowledge Sharing Themes to Fostering Group Decision Support System

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  • Amin A. Shaqrah

    (Alzaytoonah University of Jordan, Jordan)

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Today, much effort and importance is placed on the management of knowledge, its security, and sustainability in context to organizations and their competitiveness. This paper outlines a typology to guide that applying tacit knowledge sharing themes from a social perspective, that is trust, care, leadership charisma, knowledge culture, concept ba, and social network analysis, affect a group’s decision support system. This paper shows that the mentioned themes facilitate a more open group discussion with a higher degree of consensus and agreement resulting in a vividly higher amount of accuracy in decision making.

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  • Amin A. Shaqrah, 2010. "A Typology of Tacit Knowledge Sharing Themes to Fostering Group Decision Support System," International Journal of Decision Support System Technology (IJDSST), IGI Global, vol. 2(3), pages 41-50, July.
  • Handle: RePEc:igg:jdsst0:v:2:y:2010:i:3:p:41-50
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