2014 | nr 1 | 135--146
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Knowledge transfer at the meeting point of cultures – determinants and factors

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Transfer wiedzy na styku kultur – uwarunkowania i przesłanki
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A starting point for discussing the subject matter raised in the article is presentation of a model of perspective of the knowledge transfer process. The main part of the study has been devoted to discussion of determinations of the effectiveness of knowledge transfer process, with particular focus on the issues of knowledge transfer at the meeting point of cultures. The presented and characterized factors are considered important in the context of quality and effectiveness of knowledge transfer. The whole of deliberations are summarized with formulation of factors of knowledge transfer at the meeting point of culture
Punktem wyjścia do omówienia podjętej w artykule problematyki uczyniono przedstawienie modelowego ujęcia procesu transferu wiedzy. Zasadnicza część opracowania poświęcona została omówieniu uwarunkowań skuteczności procesu transferu wiedzy, ze szczególnym uwzględnieniem kwestii transferu wiedzy na styku kultur. Wskazano i scharakteryzowano czynniki uznawane za istotne w kontekście jakości i skuteczności transferu wiedzy. Podsumowaniem całości przeprowadzonych rozważań jest sformułowanie przesłanek transferu wiedzy na styku kultur.
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