Purpose: The purpose of this study is to research factors associated with knowledge distribution that managers can leverage to ensure a strong innovation management process and successfully deliver technological innovations to the intended consumer.
Method: These approaches have strengths and weaknesses of their own about technological advances, user's reception, adaptability, and success rate within the real intelligence of generating knowledge.
Findings: The learning of data access distribution- how an individual/ the organization obtains access to any individual's own and other knowledge has emerged as a key research area from a broad and deep field of study on technology transfer and innovation, and more recently from the sector of strategic management. Increasingly, knowledge access sharing research has moved to an organizational learning perspective. Indeed, experience and research suggest that successful knowledge access sharing involves extended learning processes and not simply communication processes, as ideas associated with development and innovation need.
Conclusion: This study provides basic concepts of data access distribution and its means of realization.