Tacit Knowledge Based on the Cultivation of Innovative Ability for Graduate Students

Lijuan ZENG, Yunkuo MA

Abstract


Poland's tacit knowledge theory believes that tacit knowledge exists of coding, individuality and practicality, as well as the relative priority of explicit knowledge in theory. Study on the tacit knowledge theory to improve the level of postgraduate education, optimize the structure of smart graduate students, raising graduate students' innovative ability is of important guiding significance. Including postgraduates' innovative ability of the tacit knowledge based on the reasonable knowledge structure, creativity, creative thinking, creative skills, and so on. This perspective development of postgraduates’ innovative ability through interdisciplinary integration, build up the academic atmosphere, enhance good research practice, build harmonious relationship between teachers and students to be achieved.

Keywords


Tacit knowledge; Graduate students; Innovation ability; Developing

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.3968%2Fj.hess.1927024020140602.4359

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