Integrated IT Systems to Capitalize on Market Knowledge

  • Ikujiro Nonaka
  • Patrick Reinmoeller
  • Dai Senoo


To survive in today’s knowledge-based competition, firms need to manage knowledge efficiently and effectively. This chapter proposes a conceptual framework for multi-dynamic knowledge management.


Knowledge Management Tacit Knowledge Explicit Knowledge Conversion Mode Market Knowledge 
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  • Ikujiro Nonaka
  • Patrick Reinmoeller
  • Dai Senoo

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