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Knowledge Exchange Coaching in the Network Company

Daria Holodnik and Kazimierz Perechuda
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Daria Holodnik: Opole Polytechnic University, Poland
Kazimierz Perechuda: Wroclaw University of Economics, Poland

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Abstract: In the study is shown the importance of knowledge exchange coaching in the network company which respond on demands of postmodernist world. Firstly it is presented the stages of problem solution process within the data is transformed into wisdom. The growing importance of knowledge management has affected on searching for the tools of implementation it. In the paper the Author’s proposition is establishing the community of coaches and creating the knowledge exchange system between their external and internal coaches. There is also analyzed the coaching structure in the international company and presented the model of knowledge flow in the community coaches. Finally there were described the particular phases of the establishing the community coaches based on computer aided knowledge exchange and behavioral determinants of the knowledge transfer.

Keywords: knowledge based coaching; knowledge exchange system; knowledge diffusion (search for similar items in EconPapers)
Date: 2013
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