Base Knowledge of Research Name Institution Date How to coordinate research and practical This research paper categorically explains the challenge that faces the two groups of individuals namely; the researchers/Academics and the practitioners in the field of intellectual capital/knowledge management(IC/KM). The paper finds out how applicable an academic research is in the above-mentioned field (Marr 2005). The research paper tries to inquire as to whether research done by academics meet the requirements of the practitioners so as to bridge the gap that exists between the two groups of professionalism. It serves to find the root causes of the term “relevance problems”. There are a number of solutions that have been presented by various authors to create an enabling environment for the cooperation of the two groups that are in conflict. The method by which (IC/KM) academic body delivers to practitioners should be expanded so as to include both the main research question is to ask how we can make sure the materials get proper dissemination. When information passes through intermediaries some adjustments may be carried out that could interfere with information that reaches the client. How can the theory and practical aspect be coordinated so as to complement one another? References Dewey J. (1997). Experience And Education (1st ed. p. 25). New York: Kappa Delta Pi. El-Sayed A. (2008). Knowledge Management and Business Strategies: Theoretical Frameworks and Empirical research (1st ed. p. 98). Canada: IGI Global. Jennex M. (2008). Current Issues in Knowledge Management (1st ed. p. 263). San Diego: IGI Global. Marr B. (2005). Perspectives on Intellectual Capital; Multidisciplinary insights into Management Measurements and Reporting (1st ed. p. XV). Burlington: Elsevier. Bradutanu D. (2015). RESISTANCE TO CHANGE - A NEW PERSPECTIVE: A Textbook for Managers Who Plan to Implement a change (1st ed. p. 42). Daniela Bradutanu. [...]
Overview: There are three Research Paper Critiques required for this course. Each Critique is comprised of two components: a research paper supplied by the instructor and a student-written critique of that article. Preparation: Please read the entire research paper posted for this assignment. While reading the research paper think critically, i.e, search for the problem addressed, identify the hypothesis, and determine if the research method is appropriate. Format: A 6 page double-spaced paper in APA format (www.apastyle.org). Please note that an abstract is not required. The critique must be written in paragraph format. Please do not handle the questions in a bulleted Q and A format. Content: Ensure that your narrative is well-developed and efficiently answers the items below in the suggested order: 1) What is the basic "problem" addressed? Note: This answer should not exceed 5 -7 lines. 2) Summarize the solution(s) proposed by the author(s). 3) Discuss whether or not you agree that the solution(s) resolved the problem. 4) What specific connections/activities do you see in your professional work that directly relate to the suggestions made in this paper. If you are not gainfully employed - what do you envision a hypothetical enterprise/organization would definitely implement form this paper. 5) Using the resources from this class and other peer reviewed articles as support, discuss what you would have done differently, make some suggestions on how the authors could improve the study, propose some ideas for further research, and illustrate your best critical thinking skills.