Analyzing Knowledge Management Practices at a R&D Institute through the Years

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Adriana Lourenço d'Avila
Paulo Augusto Berquó de Sampaio
Silas Cordeiro Augusto

Resumo

According to Nonaka and Takeushi [2], the organization has “to provide the proper context for facilitating group activities as well as the creation and accumulation of knowledge at the individual level”.


This work has studied two institutional practices linked to these ideas and aims to understand their intercorrelation with IEN’s knowledge management [3]. Progress Report IEN: maps, shares and incentives to explicit the created knowledge in the Organization; Thematic Areas, incorporates the researchers’ future vision in the institute’s governance, focusing on society’s results, while expliciting IEN’s established strategies and the surrounding environment.

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Seção
Nuclear Knowledge Management