Jun 18 2013

Group Process

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In addition, Nonaka and Takeuchi pose another way to differentiate the knowledge processes in an organization, proposed a model of creation of knowledge divided into the following five phases:-share tacit knowledge: is a process that takes place when people who belong to different areas of the organization share their skills and experiences as a result of the joint work that must be performed to achieve a common goal. To share your experiences and skills interact with each other through dialogues face on computers that they themselves make up and organize in order to jointly develop tacit shared mental models. This is a phase of the process of creation of knowledge that agrees with the socialization process presented above. -Creating concepts: this is a phase that gives you continued to the first, dialogs become more frequent and continuous. The first organized team members reflect on the mental models that have come to share through their encounters and try to express them with words and explicit concepts. The use of multiple methods of reasoning and communication, such explicit as deduction, induction, dialectical reasoning, contradictions and paradoxes, metaphors, analogies and anecdotes of war contribute to make explicit the tacit knowledge.

The process is iterative, and members of the team use a figurative language to discuss ideas and possibilities in a rain of ideas creatively. This phase represents the process of externalisation in the model of knowledge creation. -Justify concepts: once the Group has expressed their mental model with words and concepts, are analyzed in the light of the mission and objectives of the Organization, in order to determine whether it maintains relationship with these and if they go to the satisfaction of social needs. It is a process of assessment based on the criteria of cost, margin of gain and relevance in order and development of the organization. -Build an archetype: after having a justified concept, materializes into something tangible or concrete, which is called archetype. It is obtained by combining explicit knowledge created with already existing explicit knowledge. An archetype can be for example, a physical prototype for the case of organizations that are dedicated to the production of goods, or an operating mechanism model in the case of organizations engaged in the provision of services. This is a phase of the process of creation of knowledge that agrees with the combination, explained in the previous section.

-Transversely leveled knowledge: the last is a link between the archetype and the start phase of the cycle again. The concepts that have been created, justified and modeled are used to activate new cycles of knowledge creation. Within the same organization, the knowledge that it has tangible fact as an archetype can motivate more knowledge creation in other units or departments, as well as different levels of the organization. This new knowledge can also initiate creation of cone

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