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Article from Volume 1, Number 1, Year 2013

THE IMPORTANCE OF TACIT KNOWLEDGE IN TRAINING THE EMPLOYEES TO ACCES THE EXECUTIVE POSITIONS IN THE BUSINESS ORGANIZATION
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Author(s): Laurentia Elena Scurtu, Daniela Neamtu
DOI: 10.4316/EJAFB.2013.116
Abstract: The aim of the present paper is to underline the most important definitions regarding some key concepts like: knowledge management or tacit dimension, to pinpoint its implications in the global competition of the business and to explain which is the importance of the tacit knowledge in the formation of the employees to reach the executive positions in a business organization. This paper focus as well on the possibilities of training within the company and emphasize which are the ways to capture the tacit knowledge from the individuals and use it for the organizational welfare and for the personal development that brings promotion to another level, called 'C' level.
Keywords: Knowledge, Management, Tacit Dimension, Training, Executives
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