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Publications:
The Management of the Tacit Knowledge Dimension in Organizations

Tacit KM, the rise in knowldge capital for organizations, a new production factor. Link qualitative variables: culture,change,learning,ethical behaviours to effective management - employees unconditional commitment, organization and harmony between variables.

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The Role of Knowledge Management within Learning Organizations: A Comparative Study

The concept of the Learning Organization as the key to dealing with change, the acquisition of knowledge and adoption of a learning culture to sustain organizational competitiveness.

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Learning and Development as Cornerstones for Sustaining the Knowledge Economy

An analysis of the changing nature of organizations, technology and society urges individuals to be aware of the continuous need to update knowledge through training.

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Organizations as Knowledge Laboratories

In the last few years the economic, social, technological and competitive environments have evolved and changed at an alarming rate impacting knowledge in organizations.

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Entrepreneurship and Human Capital: A Framework for Organisational Creativity and Innovation

Innovation, the cornerstone of competitive advantage, highlights entrepreneurial flexibility based on commitment, tolerance, involvement, willingness to take risk are vital pillars which strengthen competencies.

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How Important Is Learning on the Firm's Performance?

Social, economic, organizational and cultural changes impact the 21st century. Organisations should adopt a new set of values aligned with societal changes.

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Exploring the Link between Leadership and Emotional Intelligence: Culture as an Interface between BRIC Members

Culture plays a central role in the leadership process. There is an assumption that emotionally intelligent leaders are affected by culture. The role of emotional intelligence on performance is analyzed.

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Published online: April 2, 2014

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Employability And Talent Development In The Knowledge Economy: What’s Going On?

This paper aims to demonstrate that soft skills are fundamental for improving organisational performance in the globalised knowledge economy.

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$US10.00

Published online: April 24, 2014

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