Retention of Knowledge Worker Need Better Management

5541 WordsApr 3, 201223 Pages
RETENTION … OF … KNOWLEDGE …WORKER …. NEED … BETTER ... MANAGEMENT… Presented by Author: SHYMALA.J Lecturer, Garden City College, Bangalore Mail Id: shymala.j@gardencitycollege.edu & shyamvino25@gmail.com …………………………………………………………………………….. RETENTION OF KNOWLEDGE WORKER NEED BETTER MANAGEMENT……… ABSTRACT The purpose of this report is to portrait , the major challenge for an organization is to create new strategies to retain its Valuable, Experienced &Talented employees. The management can control employees quitting within no time, but can’t put a complete full stop to it…… The major burden is on HR MANAGER ,the…show more content…
It is both about issues are being dealt with. Two types of knowledge are: tacit and explicit knowledge. Tacit knowledge: 1. It is the personal knowledge embedded in individual experience 2. It can be shared and exchanged through direct, fact-to-face contact 3. It is deeply rooted in the individual 's action, experience as well as in the ideals, values or emotions he or she embraces. 4. Subjective insights, intuitions, etc., are the examples o f tacit knowledge. Explicit knowledge: 1. It is the formal knowledge that can be packaged as information. 2. It can be found in the documents of an organization – reports, articles and manuals, patents, pictures, video images, sound, software, etc. 3. It defines the identity, the competences and intellectual assets of an organization independently of its employees. However, the explicit knowledge can grow and sustain only through the growth of tacit knowledge. KNOWLEDGE WORKER:- “A knowledge worker is someone who is employed because of his or her knowledge of a subject matter, Rather than ability toper form manual labor .They perform best when empowered to make the most of their deepest skills.” “It is certain that the emergence of the knowledge worker and of the knowledge worker’s productivity as key questions will, within a very few decades, bring about fundamental changes in the structure and nature of the economic system.” -
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