Personal knowledge refer to all facts, information, circumstances, data, which was acquired through direct involvement in particular management process, observation of environment, experimentation, creative problem solving, active information gathering, personal contacts, discussion. Personal knowledge often is called know-how, different areas of knowledge. Importance of knowledge stems from the fact, that it increases efficiency and productivity of employees in organisation.
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