Identifying dimensions and indicators of personal knowledge management Indicators in Regional Water Company of Fars

Biranvand, Ali and Samie, Mohammad Ebrahim and Akbarnejad, Reza and Jamalzadeh, Zahra Identifying dimensions and indicators of personal knowledge management Indicators in Regional Water Company of Fars. Academic Librarianship and Information Research, 2021, vol. 55, n. 2, pp. 123-154. [Journal article (Paginated)]

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Objective: This research identified dimensions and Indicators of personal knowledge management and presented an Interpretative Structural Model of Indicators affecting personal knowledge management in the Regional Water Company of Fars. Methodology: This study is practical in terms of type and purpose and descriptive-analytical in terms of data collection method, which has been done with a quantitative approach. Data collection tools are checklists and factor matrices. The statistical population of this study includes all employees of Regional Water Company of Fars in 1400 (350 people). That by Using of purposive sampling method, 25 knowledge management experts were selected as the statistical sample of the research. Findings: According to Penetration power model and the degree of dependence identified among the Indicators studied in this study, Indicators of "scientific activities to achieve solutions to specific issues or problems in the Scientific field ", "Scientific activities for inventing new laboratory methods", "Patent or scientific discovery based on scientific activities", "Storage and classification of important and required files and folders", "Book Publishing (Compilation)", and "Publication of a scientific research article" are the most effective indicators of personal knowledge management among the employees of Regional Water Company of Fars. Originality: Identifying the Penetration power model and the degree of dependence on indicators of tacit knowledge management causes organizations to identify their strengths and weaknesses to improve the flow of knowledge inside and outside of their organization. This research is conducted for the first time in Regional Water Company of Fars.

Item type: Journal article (Paginated)
Keywords: Knowledge Management, Personal Knowledge Management, dimensions and indicators, Interpretative Structural Model, Regional Water Company of Fars
Subjects: F. Management. > FJ. Knowledge management
Depositing user: Maliheh Dorkhosh
Date deposited: 08 Apr 2022 14:32
Last modified: 08 Apr 2022 14:32


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