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1. Citation: Gardner, P., Fong, A., & Huang, R. (2007). Measuring the impact of knowledge transfer from public research organizations:  A comparison of metrics used around the world. International Journal of Learning and Intellectual Capital, 7 (3-4), 318-327.
Title: Measuring the Impact of Knowledge Transfer from Public Research Organizations:  A comparison of Metrics Used Around the World
Author(s): Gardner, P.
Fong, A.
Huang, R.
Year: 2007
Journal/Publication: International Journal of Learning and Intellectual Capital
Abstract: In this article by Gardner, P. L. et al., data were collected using the snowball methods of referrals for a list of metrics from world wide organizations. Electronic journals were also searched for research pertaining to knowledge transfer. Results were separated by geographic location and included, North America, Europe, and Asia. Overall, very few organizations were able to provide concrete measurement metrics although some expressed interest in the study and the need for further development. Limitations of the metrics and further recommendations are also discussed.

Type of Item: Review KT Strategies
Target Group: Business/Employer/Industry
Evidence Level: 2
Record Updated:2014-01-21

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