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Historically, thehigher education system was the first knowledge industry. Today however, it nolonger stands alone, but is one knowledge industry among many. Now, more thanever before, there is a stronger cooperation between the academia and industry,due to interdisciplinary activities, and because R & D activities are notlimited to universities, but performed by industry too. Thus, new knowledge iscreated not only in universities and research institutes, but also in industry.Also, the implementation of knowledge develops not only in industry, but also withinthe academia. This means that the boundaries between industrial and academicresearch have been blurred. However, in spite of this fact, we still have notwitnessed the breakthrough that we have been anticipating so keenly. It ishighly important that policy leaders and decision makers in both the academiaand industry should use -knowledge tools- for better communication betweenthem. In industry, the tremendous value of knowledge strategy for businesssustainability has already been realized. But while knowledge management toolsthat are suited to the current knowledge world have been implemented inindustry for some time now, universities have not yet done so.


Knowledge Management, Higher Education, Regions, Strategy

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Perry, M. 2014 HEIs-Regions Engagement Using Knowledge Management Strategy. Modern Economy, 5, 742-750. doi: 10.4236-me.2014.57068.

Autor: Milly Perry

Fuente: http://www.scirp.org/


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