to (one's) knowledge

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to (one's) knowledge

Said of that which one knows or understands. A: "Is Janet coming in today?" B: "Not to my knowledge." To my knowledge, Jack is working a different shift these days. But Jill makes the schedule, so she would know for sure.
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to your ˈknowledge

from the information you have, although you may not know everything: ‘Are they divorced?’ ‘Not to my knowledge.’
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Therefore, the correct application of knowledge potential to solve problems and meet the needs of the organization is necessary, that requires a special management and it is known to knowledge management in literature (Ghorbani, Noghabi, and Nikoukar, 2011).
It depends on the knowledge flow from knowledge discovery to knowledge utilization; the knowledge management is actually the management for the flow of knowledge flow.
Even though some may argue this typology is more suitable for KM strategies, we consider that the 6 types of strategies are also applicable to knowledge based strategies:
* strategies for each stage of the life cycle of SMEs should contain one or more major processes related to knowledge;
Need to knowledge management based on the perception of the business community, stems from the fact that knowledge of organizational performance and access to sustainable competitive advantage, is seen as an important element (Davenport & Grover, 2001).
It is stated by Teng and Song (2011) that the importance of KM is no longer restricted to knowledge intensive firms in the high-tech industries but to all sectors of the economy.
The second section argues that the knowledge economy emerged along with the transformation of traditional organizational management practices to knowledge based organizations.
Higher education institution for instance adapt to knowledge management by identifying a number of existing facilities, systems or projects.
Since denial is a natural reaction of employees to any given change, there is the need for a compelling message to be sent to them that a change to knowledge management is s required.
In this paper, we emphasize one of the key features of merging companies directly related to knowledge transfer, which is prior-gained knowledge of merging companies.
Central to knowledge management is the use of modern information and communication technologies, whereas knowledge management is a lasting phenomenon with concepts applied systematically by an increasing number of organizations.
An absolute definition is hard to formulate because knowledge "is the subjective interpretation of information in the mind of the perceiver," according to experts expounding in Makhfi Introduction To Knowledge Modeling, http://www.makhfi.
There are substantial barriers to knowledge transfer that make it difficult and complicated to transfer knowledge within the firm (Szulanski, 1996) and certainly across networks.
The outlined model contributes to understanding the way in which firms recognise and access to knowledge in order to mobilize and utilise the knowledge to produce a product, service or new knowledge.