|Definition||Knowledge that is applicable to accomplishing things.|
|Related Concepts||ProductivityKnowledgeTacit KnowledgeHalf-life of Knowledge|
What is Know-how?
John Spacey, November 29, 2016
Know-how is knowledge that is applicable to accomplishing things. The term implies tacit abilities that are difficult to transfer from one person to another. For example, knowledge acquired in a classroom is typically not considered know-how. Hands-on processes such as work experience are the basis of know-how.
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