Wiki-based Knowledge Sharing in A Knowledge-Intensive Organization
Knowledge sharing is the core of knowledge management. For a knowledge-intensive organization, knowledge sharing plays a very important role in organizational knowledge integration and innovation. However, as many knowledge-intensive organizations do not have good knowledge-sharing platforms and advanced methods, it is very difficult for them to achieve knowledge sharing effectively. Wiki is a kind of new software of knowledge sharing, generated along with the development of web 2.0. It can effectively help organizations achieve internal knowledge sharing. From the necessity and validity of knowledge sharing inside a knowledge-intensive organization, this article discusses the important role of Wiki for knowledge sharing combined the characteristics of it, on the basis of which studies the implementation of Wiki-based knowledge sharing in a knowledge-intensive organization.
KeywordsKnowledge Management Knowledge Sharing Tacit Knowledge Explicit Knowledge Organizational Knowledge
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