By Samuel Johnson
Surprising, colourful, and long-forgotten entries from the main recognized dictionary within the historical past of the English language
Samuel Johnson's best-known paintings, A Dictionary of the English Language (1755), is the main influential and idiosyncratic lexicon ever written and used to be utilized by Jane Austen and Charles Dickens, the Brontës and the Brownings, Thomas Hardy and Oscar Wilde. This anthology comprises 4,000 of the main consultant, unique, and traditionally interesting entries, overlaying topics from type to foodstuff, technological know-how to intercourse, and given in complete with unique spelling and examples of utilization from Shakespeare to Milton.
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A synonym that is frequently used to describe the same concept is competences. By contrast, dynamic capabilities refer to high level activities that reflect the management capacity to sense and seize opportunities. 54) emphasizes, “Dynamic capability is a meta-competence that transcends operational competence. It enables firms to not just invent but also to innovate profitably”. However, in these approaches both operational capabilities and dynamic capabilities are assigned to the whole organization.
However, Sveiby argues that employee competence should be included in the balance sheet since it is hard to conceive of any organization without people. The internal structure includes patents, concepts, methods, models, organizational procedures and processes A New Perspective of the Intellectual Capital Dynamics in Organizations descriptions, as well as administrative systems. All of these elements are created by employees and owned by the company. Also, Sveiby considers that organizational culture is a part of this internal structure.
Thus, knowledge can be obtained individually through a direct experience, or it can be obtained through a transfer process. Polanyi (1983) defined the knowledge obtained through a direct experience of life as tacit knowledge. The other type is defined as being explicit knowledge. The oneness conception about our thinking and understanding life consider that knowledge should be the outcome of the fusion process between tacit knowledge and explicit knowledge (Allee, 1997; Baumard, 2001; Davenport & Prusak, 2000; Nonaka & Takeuchi, 1995; Polanyi, 1983).
A Dictionary of the English Language: An Anthology by Samuel Johnson