Rapid Knowledge Transfer: The Key to Success

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English, Michael J.; Baker, William H. Jr.   (2006, ASQ)   Best Practices LLC, Highland Village, TX; Speed to Excellence, Allen, TX

Quality Progress    Vol. 39    No. 2
QICID: 20414    February 2006    pp. 41-48

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Article Abstract

Rapid knowledge transfer (RKT) involves the discovery, learning, creation, and reuse of knowledge that becomes intellectual capital that can be converted into value and profits. The concepts of RKT are applicable to quality management because its four phases create value for customers through better products, solutions, or improved best practices. RKT increases quality and productivity performance and creates a sustainable competitive advantage for organizations.

Keywords

Best practices, Business performance, Intellectual property, Knowledge-skills-and-abilities (KSA), Technology transfer, Value-added


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