This is a knowledge that can change, which is evolving. This we can call him not encoded social knowledge. For its part, personal knowledge is which is built by the individual, is a knowledge of each one. This is public knowledge base. It is divided into personal knowledge coded and non-coded personal knowledge. Personal knowledge encoded, is one that the individual generates and encodes to understand a phenomenon.
It is easy to share but only has meaning for that individual in particular. It is known as knowledge registered itself, knowledge that a person or group develops and codifies for your account in order to perceive particular situations. Although the own registered knowledge is encoded and therefore is technically difundible, perhaps not significant to do so because its relevance is limited to specific needs and circumstances from which originates it. MSCO is often quoted as being for or against this. Personal knowledge encoded, called by Chun Wei as knowledge of common sense is also diffused and encoded, but not so coded as above, it is unique for each person, regardless of it, its environment and its conditions. A person gradually acquires knowledge of common sense throughout life, through experiences and encounters with family, friends, like plants and other members who represent the community where the individual develops. What comes to internalize as common sense depends on the social situation of the person or as a member of one or more groups, or the extent of the influence of others on what turns on and perceived.
-Cultural knowledge and knowledge dictionary: this is a way of classifying knowledge from organizational work. The first involves the cognitive and affective structures which the members of the Organization commonly used to perceive, explain, evaluate, and construct reality. It is a type of knowledge that uses terms, acronyms and modes of proceeding each organization’s own, built within an organization and almost meaningful only to the members of her.