General information about knowledge transfer

Below is listed some basic information about knowledge transfer.

From Wikipedia,

Types of knowledge:

  • Embrained knowledge is that which is dependent on conceptual skills and cognitive abilities. We could consider this to be practical, high-level knowledge, where objectives are met through perpetual recognition and revamping. Tacit knowledge may also be embrained, even though it is mainly subconscious.
  • Embodied knowledge is action oriented and consists of contextual practices. It is more of a social acquisition, as how individuals interact in and interpret their environment creates this non-explicit type of knowledge.
  • Encultured knowledge is the process of achieving shared understandings through socialization and acculturation. Language and negotiation become the discourse of this type of knowledge in an enterprise.
  • Embedded knowledge is tacit and resides within systematic routines. It relates to the relationships between roles, technologies, formal procedures and emergent routines within a complex system. In order to initiate any specific line of business knowledge transition helps a lot.
  • Encoded knowledge is information that is conveyed in signs and symbols (books, manuals, data bases, etc.) and decontextualized into codes of practice. Rather than being a specific type of knowledge, it deals more with the transmission, storage and interrogation of knowledge.

Knowledge Transfer at LSE

Knowledge Transfer Partnerships (KTPs)

Knowledge Transfer Partnerships (KTPs) are among the biggest of the schemes funded as part of the ESRC commitment to knowledge exchange. The scheme's mission is to strengthen the UK's competitiveness and wealth creation by enabling research organisations to apply their research knowledge to important business problems.

Knowledge Transfer Partnerships (KTPs)

 KTPs support UK businesses wanting to improve their competitiveness, productivity and performance by accessing the knowledge and expertise available within UK Universities and Colleges.

  • For Businesses: Access experts who can help take your business forward and increase your competitive advantage
  • For Academics: Apply your knowledge and expertise to important problems facing businesses, while developing teaching and research material
  • For Graduates: With a KTP you take ownership of a project that is core to the development of the organisation's strategy

Knowledge Transfer Networks

Knowledge transfer is critical to enable UK businesses to compete successfully at the forefront of global technology and innovation. Knowledge Transfer Networks (KTNs) are one of the Technology Strategy Board’s key tools for doing this – facilitating the UK’s innovation communities to connect, collaborate and find out about new opportunities in key research and technology sectors.

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