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Impact of Knowledge Management Practices on Organizational Performance; An Evidence From Pakistan
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Author(s)
Rizwan Qaiser Danish, Yasin Munir
KEYWORDS
— Knowledge management, organizational performance, organizational change, organizational learning, knowledge sharing
ABSTRACT
Knowledge management is very important in today's dynamic environment. Knowledge is considered as a prime asset of the organization. Different companies' especially multinational companies manage the knowledge in a proper way in order to gain competitive advantages and in making management strategies and spend a lot of resources to manage it properly and making it useable when needed. Different factors including organizational change, organizational learning and knowledge sharing influences on knowledge management. This study attempts to measure the impact of organizational change, knowledge sharing and organizational learning on knowledge management and as a result, its influence on organizational performance. Questionnaires were considered as a tool to get responses.150 questionnaires were distributed in financial services sector and telecommunication sector. One hundred complete responses were received at response rate 67%. Pearson's moment quotient and linear regression is applied to study the relationship among above discussed factors on knowledge management. Result shows significant association of factors and positive impact on organizational performance. In this study, future directions and research limitations are also discussed.
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