ME  Vol.6 No.9 , September 2015
Knowledge Transfer in Firms under the Promotion of Dynamic Capability Research
Author(s) Pengyu Jiang
ABSTRACT
This paper aims at regarding knowledge transfer as the basis of improving firm performance in knowledge economy society, and analyzing the effects of knowledge transfer on firm performance from the perspective of dynamic capability. Thus, this paper gives firm some suggestions to achieve knowledge transfer and the update of knowledge system through integrating internal and external resources, and to build the core competitiveness and even improve its firm performance.

Cite this paper
Jiang, P. (2015) Knowledge Transfer in Firms under the Promotion of Dynamic Capability Research. Modern Economy, 6, 965-970. doi: 10.4236/me.2015.69091.
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