The SECI Model by Nonaka and Takeuchi is a widely recognized model for knowledge management that describes how knowledge is created, shared, and utilized within an organization. The model consists of four stages or modes, each of which builds upon the previous one:
This model emphasizes that the process of knowledge creation is a continuous and iterative process. The model also highlights the importance of both tacit and explicit knowledge in the knowledge creation process. By following this model, organizations can effectively manage their knowledge and leverage it to drive innovation and growth.
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