RESEARCH ON KNOWLEDGE TRANSFER PROCESS – A CASE OF SURGERY OPERATIONAL TEAM

  • Digong Zuo Panyapiwat Institute of Management, Nonthaburi
  • Ao Chen Panyapiwat Institute of Management, Nontaburi
Keywords: operative surgical skills, tacit knowledge, explicit knowledge, knowledge transfer

Abstract

This paper, based on an integrated perspective of both the knowledge-based view and the practice-based view, aims to explore how surgical skills are acquired, assimilated, transferred and applied by doctors who have been trained outside and returned to their own hospitals to carry out new surgical projects and establish new departments, and then analyzed how the doctors acquired and transferred their knowledge and skills to their own surgical teams during their training, which constructed a theoretical framework for knowledge transfer of surgical operation skills and discussed the theoretical and practical guidance implications of the framework. An exploratory study approach was adopted to collect and analyze the qualitative data. The result provides the guidance for knowledge transfer in surgical operations and add further knowledge to the existing literature.

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Author Biographies

Digong Zuo, Panyapiwat Institute of Management, Nonthaburi

Ph.D. Student, Chinese Graduate Schoolб Panyapiwat Institute of Management,

Nontaburi, Thailand

Research interest: knowledge management, organizational learning

Ao Chen, Panyapiwat Institute of Management, Nontaburi

Assistant Professor, Chinese Graduate School, Panyapiwat Institute of Management, Nontaburi, Thailand

Research Interest: knowledge management, power relation, innovation, organizational studies

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Published
2022-07-15
How to Cite
Zuo, D., & Chen, A. (2022). RESEARCH ON KNOWLEDGE TRANSFER PROCESS – A CASE OF SURGERY OPERATIONAL TEAM. The EUrASEANs: Journal on Global Socio-Economic Dynamics, (4(35), 21-30. https://doi.org/10.35678/2539-5645.4(35).2022.21-30