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Author Sternberg, Robert J

Title Tacit Knowledge in Professional Practice : Researcher and Practitioner Perspectives
Published Hoboken : Taylor & Francis, 1999


Description 1 online resource (267 pages)
Contents Book Cover; Title; Copyright; Contents; Preface; PART ONE LAW; CHAPTER ONE Is Knowing the Tax Code All It Takes to Be a Tax Expert? On the Development of Legal Expertise; CHAPTER TWO What a Lawyer Needs to Learn; PART TWO MILITARY COMMAND; CHAPTER THREE Experience, Knowledge, and Military Leadership; CHAPTER FOUR Military Learnings: A Practitioner's Perspective; PART THREE MEDICINE; CHAPTER FIVE Expertise and Tacit Knowledge in Medicine; CHAPTER SIX Development of Expertise in Medical Practice; PART FOUR MANAGEMENT; CHAPTER SEVEN Tacit Knowledge and Management
CHAPTER EIGHT The Role of Tacit Knowledge in ManagementPART FIVE SALES; CHAPTER NINE Tacit Knowledge in Sales; CHAPTER TEN Tacit Knowledge in Sales: A Practitioner's Perspective; PART SIX TEACHING; CHAPTER ELEVEN Tacit Knowledge in Teaching: Folk Pedagogy and Teacher Education; CHAPTER TWELVE Expertise in Teaching; EPILOGUE What Do We Know About Tacit Knowledge? Making the Tacit Become Explicit; Author Index; Subject Index
Summary Those responsible for professional development in public and private-sector organizations have long had to deal with an uncomfortable reality. Billions of dollars are spent on formal education and training directed toward the development of job incumbents
Notes Print version record
Subject Tacit knowledge.
Interdisciplinary approach to knowledge.
Interdisciplinary approach to knowledge
Tacit knowledge
Form Electronic book
Author Horvath, Joseph A
ISBN 9781410603098