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Systems Intelligence in Knowledge Management Implementation: A Momentum of the SECI Model

Sasaki, Yasuo;
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  • Published: 01 Jan 2014 Journal: Proceedings of the 15th International Symposium on Knowledge and Systems Science (KSS'2014)
  • Publisher: JAIST Press
This paper discusses the role of systems intelligence in knowledge management implementations, in particular, in the SECI model, a widely acknowledged knowledge creation process in an organization identified by Nonaka and Takeuchi (1995). The SECI model deals with interactions and conversions of tacit knowledge and explicit knowledge and mainly consists of four stages. The author illustrates systems intelligence, a certain kind of human intelligence focusing on systems thinking perspective proposed by Saarinen and Hämäläinen (2004), can be a powerful momentum at each stage of, and thus the whole process of, SECI.
free text keywords: systems intelligence, systems thinking, system of holding back, knowledge management, the SECI model
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