When night falls, fear tends to the door, and when the day he moved to the hills. Afghan proverb The dictionary defines knowledge as “the product or result of being instructed, all the things that are known or that are contained in science.” The dictionary agrees that the existence of knowledge is very difficult to monitor and reduce their presence to the detection of its subsequent effects. The knowledge is stored in the person (or other agents). This makes it almost impossible to observe. Some authors believe that “knowledge is the ability to solve a particular set of problems with a particular effect.” Knowledge is an integrated set of information, rules, interpretations and connections made within a context and an experience that has happened within an organization or a general or personal.
Knowledge can only reside within a connoisseur, a particular individual internalizes it rationally or irrationally. Robert J. Shiller is likely to agree. As noted, there are multiple definitions knowledge, from the classic and fundamental as a true and justified belief, to more recent and pragmatic as a mixture of experience, values, information and know-how that serves as a framework for incorporating new experiences and information, and is useful for action Most people have the intuitive sense that knowledge is something broader, deeper and richer than data and information. We will try to make a first definition of knowledge that allows us to communicate what we mean when we speak of knowledge within organizations. Knowledge is a mix of experience, values, information and know-how that serves as a framework for incorporating new experiences and information, and is useful for action.