Knowledge is power

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Abstract

Knowledge management appears to be difficult to realise in the institute. Although their is a possibility to learn from other people's experiences, and the general access to the internet to learn about others skills, the knowledge system is hard to organize
Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationFrom tacit to explicit knowledge in integrative and participatory research
EditorsG. Tress, B. Tress, M.H.I. Bloemmen
Place of PublicationWageningen
Pages100-102
Publication statusPublished - 2003

Keywords

  • rural development
  • knowledge
  • interdisciplinary research
  • scientific research

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    Kruit, J. (2003). Knowledge is power. In G. Tress, B. Tress, & M. H. I. Bloemmen (Eds.), From tacit to explicit knowledge in integrative and participatory research (pp. 100-102).