Gururajan, Raj and Hafeez-Baig, Abdul and Tsai, Heng-Sheng (2012) A confirmatory factor analysis on the views and constructs for knowledge management in India. Computer Technology and Application, 3 (1). pp. 98-104. ISSN 1934-7332
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For a modern organization, Knowledge Management plays a critical role in terms of strategy development. Key determinants of KM lead to better understanding of various influences that enable and organisation to face competitors. For this reason, sharing and managing knowledge in an organisation involves a series of activities that are related to the specific functional aspects of that organisation. In order to foster KM in an organisation, these functional aspects must be understood properly, and within the context of a given organisation, its geographical location and the cultural aspects of the given organisation. This was the premise on which this study was conducted with Indian organisations. A mixed method approach was used to understand the views of Indian region towards KM in this study, be selecting 400 participants in four major each cities. A second order regression model was built using Structural Equation Model to arrive at nine constructs that are relevant to KM in an organisation.
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