Paper Information

Journal:   JOURNAL OF COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT (RURAL AND URBAN COMMUNITIES) (TOWSEE ROSTAEI)   SPRING-SUMMER 2010 , Volume 1 , Number 2 (37); Page(s) 125 To 147.
 
Paper: 

KNOWLEDGE MANAGEMENT AND MIDTERM RURAL DEVELOPMENT PLANS IN IRAN

 
 
Author(s):  DARABI HASAN, NAEIMI YOUSEF
 
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Abstract: 

Development and rural development is one and greatest goals of the IR State, that has been trying to provide the ideal platform to achieve this goals by Nine programs before and after the Islamic Revolution. However, the country's development programs; despite the different efforts, and costs, discuss from serious challenges of rural development. So, the question is why rural development still wrestles with serious challenges, and how can prepare context to achieve development? It is believed that more than 50 years planning in national and rural domain, leading to the formation of huge body of knowledge that a limited part of it, is as explicit knowledge, but main parts of it, are as tacit knowledge. Access to this part of knowledge is very difficult. By Nonaka and Takochi that called as creating knowledge cycle in knowledge management framework, tacit knowledge can be extracted and the results used in the field of rural development. In order to extract the tacit knowledge and change it into explicit knowledge- based on Nonaka Model, knowledge formation network in Planning and implementation has been identified. Finally a model is presented for establishing the knowledge systems for extraction, classification, publishing, sharing and consequently produce new knowledge to improve rural development programs.

 
Keyword(s): RURAL DEVELOPMENT, PLANNING, KNOWLEDGE, KNOWLEDGE MANAGEMENT, TACIT KNOWLEDGE, EXPLICIT KNOWLEDGE
 
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