TACIT KNOWLEDGE SHARING MODEL FOR BANKS: REMEDIAL MEASURE OF LIKELIHOOD OF DEFAULT
Non-Performing Loans (NPLs) adversely affect financial performance of banks which is a persistent problem of banking. NPLs are time and again built-up in banking sectors and drag economies towards crises. Search for better solutions to problem is high on agenda of research. This study is aimed to provide a better solution to problem of NPLs. It uses analytical conceptual approach of research and addresses issue in knowledge management perspective. Critical review of relevant literature has been conducted with a focus on Tacit Knowledge (TK) sharing. An idea of exploiting potential of TK to control NPLs has been conceived that works through refinement of decision-making processes and results in improvement of recovery and financial performance of banks. A Tacit Knowledge Sharing Model (TKSM) has been developed in this regard. TKSM is modeled on core business of banking that provides a simple way to use TK for controlling risk of likelihood of default.
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