The Knowledge-Creating Company: How Japanese Companies Create the Dynamics of Innovation

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"A fascinating, exciting exposure to a new way of thinking about the knowledge-based company....Provides a model of knowledge creation that will be a touchstone of future work in this field....This important, imaginative book will challenge and intrigue managers and management scholars alike."--D. Eleanor Westney, MIT Sloan School of Management in the Sloan Management Review"A fascinating volume that will interest philosophers, managers, and more common readers....The analyses are so thorough that they make the one- and two-page descriptions in Forbes magazine seem like elementary fairy stories. The authors have done their research well and provide delightful details."--Minneapolis Star Tribune"Knowledge creation is to the 90s what excellence was to the 80s. I can't imagine a better book on organizational design for innovation. Nor can I imagine a better common focus for managers and scholars. This is the best and most original blend of organizational theory and practice we are likely to see for some time."--Karl E. Weick, University of Michigan School of Business Administration"This is the most creative book on management to come out of Japan. The same authors who introduced the rugby approach to new product development, now bring us a myriad of new concepts: tacit knowledge, the oneness of mind and body, middle-up-down management, hypertext organization, to name a few. The insights for this book originated in Japan, but the managerial implications are universal. It is a must read for managers competing in the borderless world."--Kenichi Ohmae, Ohmae & Associates"Nonaka and Takeuchi take on a subject that is truly on the frontier of management: the process by which companies learn and create competitively valuable knowledge. What is refreshing about this book is that Nonaka and Takeuchi go beyond the slogans that have characterized much of the previous work on this subject, and delve into the specific organization structures and proc


When the authors detail specific examples of knowledge creation, the reader's interest awakens. ( The Wall Street Journal)

Nonaka and Tekuchi demonstrate for the reader how it is possible to transfer tacit knowledge into explicit, which in turn is used to create new knowledge. ( Knowledge Management, June 2000)

Nonaka is indispensable. ( Financial Times)

Nonaka and Takeuchi have written an academic study that summarises their theories and presents case studies illustrative to a western audience ... a guide to practitioners, based on materials for workshops and consultancy by the authors. ( Financial Times)

Provides a perceptive and very relevant analysis of how Japanese companies go about creating new knowledge organizationally ... One of the most valuable new books I have covered ... for some time. ( Long Range Planning)

The book, an esoteric mixture of philosophy and practical guidance, has been a business bestseller in the US. ( Charles Leadbeater, Financial Times)

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Nonaka, Ikujiro; Takeuchi, Hirotaka
Verlag: Oxford University Press Sep 1995 (1995)
ISBN 10: 0195092694 ISBN 13: 9780195092691
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Buchbeschreibung Oxford University Press Sep 1995, 1995. Buch. Buchzustand: Neu. 241x163x25 mm. Neuware - Ikujiro Nonaka ist emeritierter Professor an der Hitotsubashi-Universität in Tokio sowie Xerox Distinguished Faculty Scholar an der University of California, Berkeley. 298 pp. Englisch. Artikel-Nr. 9780195092691

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