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

  • 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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    Article provided by IGI Global in its journal International Journal of Decision Support System Technology (IJDSST).

    Volume (Year): 2 (2010)
    Issue (Month): 3 (July)
    Pages: 41-50

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    Handle: RePEc:igg:jdsst0:v:2:y:2010:i:3:p:41-50
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