30 Nov 2020
Understanding the Antecedents of Effective Knowledge Management: The Importance of a Knowledge-Centered Culture
In this study, the existing literature on organizational climate, job characteristics, and organizational learning (in the form of cooperative learning theory) are linked with the current thinking and research findings related to knowledge management to develop a theoretical model explaining the relationships among organizational climate, the level of cooperative learning that takes place between knowledge workers, and the resulting level of knowledge created and disseminated as measured by team performance and individual satisfaction levels. The study goes on to empirically test the proposed research model by investigating the climate of organizations and seeks to understand the linkage between a set of organizational and individual characteristics and knowledge‐related activities found in cooperative learning groups and the resulting work outcomes. Click here to read the full text
Dr. Pattarawan Prasarnphanich‘s research expertise includes Knowledge Management, Collaboration Technology, and Electronic Commerce.
About the journal: Decision Sciences Journal is a premier business research publication with international visibility and impact. This journal specifically invites papers which address contemporary business problems primarily focused on operations, supply chain and information systems and simultaneously provide novel managerial and/or theoretical insights.
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