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This research paper concentrates on the deployment of asymmetric evolutionary game theory to reveal how innovative organizations best effect knowledge sharing by aligning the incentivized desire of masters to share their expert knowledge with the self-interest of apprentices who are highly motivated to accept that knowledge on an accelerated training path. These insights improve the strategic capacity of human resources teams to add value to their organization by encouraging the optimum form of knowledge transfer between masters and apprentices.
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(2020), "Assessing the dynamics of knowledge transfer between masters and apprentices: An evolutionary stability strategy for innovative organizations", Strategic Direction, Vol. 36 No. 2, pp. 30-32. https://doi.org/10.1108/SD-10-2019-0217
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