Boyer, Eric J. 2016. "Identifying a knowledge management approach for public-private partnerships." Public Performance and Management Review 40.1 158-180.
Type: Non-experimental study
Knowledge user level addressed by the literature: Individual, Organizations, Sectors.
Experience level of reader: Fundamental
Knowledge user(s) to whom the piece of literature may be relevant: Policy makers, Clinicians, Brokers, Manufacturers, Developers, Intermediaries, Users, Advocates, and Researchers.
Setting(s) to which the reported activities/findings are relevant: Community, Federal Lab, Government, Large business, Small business, University.
Format: Peer-reviewed journal article
Annotation: Public-private partnerships (PPPs) are collaborations heavily reliant on knowledge transfer (KT). Projects using KT presuppose that there is a method or practice superior to the status quo which, if discovered, will bring real life benefits. Knowledge management requires a balance of standardizing knowledge into transferrable information, and preserving contextual and experience-based details. These partnerships create knowledge management challenges for the working group and respective individual organizations.
This article uses the Commercial Devices and Services version of the NtK Model