Knowledge Management: An Exploratory Study on Malaysian Organizations
Discusses the critical factors affecting adoption of KM practices including organizational cultural characteristics, structural characteristics and extent of technology adoption.
||Knowledge Management (KM), Leadership Commitment, Support and Collaboration, Formalization, Centralization, Technology adoption
International Journal of Knowledge, Culture and Change Management, Volume 3.
Article: Print (Spiral Bound), ISSN: ISSN 1447-9524,
Article: Electronic (PDF File; 487.518KB), ISSN: ISSN 1447-9575,
Ms Toh Hoon Hoon is a postgraduate from Universiti Sains Malaysia. Her research focud on Knowledge Management (KM) in her Master of Business Administration (MBA). She currently serves in one of the MNCs in Penang, Malaysia which practices KM as part of its organization culture
T. Ramayah has taught courses in Statistics, Operations Management, Research Methods, Forecasting and Computer Literacy at the undergraduate level. He has supervised numerous MBA students in the fields of Information Systems, Operations Management, Marketing Management and Organizational Behaviour. He is also currently supervising numerous students at the MA and PhD levels. He has also presented numerous papers at local and international conferences. He is also active in research publications having published research papers in several local and international journals of repute. He is currently Head of Department of Production/Operations Management, School of Management, Universiti Sains Malaysia.
Muhamad Jantan is formerly a lecturer at the School of Mathematical Sciences, and School of Management, with research interest in technology management. He has presented and published papers in international conferences in this area, and areas related to operations management. Currently, he is director of Centre for Policy Research, which primarily looks at policies for the national government
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