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|Prof. Vicharn Panich|
100 hundred years ago Andrew Carnegie the famous "Captains of Industry" once said "the only irreplaceable capital an organization possesses is the knowledge and ability of its people. The productivity of that capital depends on how effectively people share their competence with those who can use it". His statement reflects the true essence of Knowledge Management (KM) which only began to emerge on the map in 1995 by Peter Druker.
To acknowledge the importance of Knowledge Management (KM), NANOTEC recently invited Prof. Vicharn Panich, M.D. Chairman of Knowledge Management Institute (KMI) to give a talk on "KM and Research Community" at the monthly NANO Talk session.
"When we talk about KM we are talking about the interaction between Tacit Knowledge and Explicit Knowledge" said Prof. Vicharn. "Tacit Knowledge deals with subjective and experimental experiences which can not be express in words. While Explicit Knowledge deals with objective and rational this can be expressed in words".
Prof. Vicharn went on to say that in order for research institution to incorporate KM in their research approach, there must exist the mood and tone for the need to incorporate healthy change that will foster positive attitude, bottom up and top down, everyone exercise leadership and creativity, and accept the concept of unity within diversity.
NANO Talk is a monthly public forum organized by NANOTEC for researchers and visiting professors to exchange knowledge and be updated on technology trends. Visiting professors to Thailand are encouraged to participate. Please contact NANOTEC if you are interested in receiving updates or would like to recommend a speaker.
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