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Knowledge Management Enablers, Processes, and Organizational Performance: An Integrative View and Empirical Examination
Knowledge is recognized as an important weapon for sustaining competitive advantage and many companies are beginning to manage organizational knowledge. Researchers have investigated knowledgeExpand
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An empirical investigation of KM styles and their effect on corporate performance
  • B. Choi, H. Lee
  • Engineering, Computer Science
  • Inf. Manag.
  • 1 May 2003
For years, companies have strived to manage knowledge more effectively, the primary motivation being improved business performance. However, not all knowledge management (KM) styles may be equallyExpand
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Knowledge management strategy and its link to knowledge creation process
Abstract Knowledge has become to be considered as valuable strategic assets that can provide proprietary competitive advantages. It is more important for companies to distinguish themselves throughExpand
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The Impact of Information Technology and Transactive Memory Systems on Knowledge Sharing, Application, and Team Performance: A Field Study
In contemporary knowledge-based organizations, teams often play an essential role in leveraging knowledge resources. Organizations make significant investments in information technology to supportExpand
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The effects of individual motivations and social capital on employees' tacit and explicit knowledge sharing intentions
Abstract Due to the importance of knowledge in today's competitive world, an understanding of how to enhance employee knowledge sharing has become critical. This study develops an integrated model toExpand
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Understanding the role of an IT artifact in online service continuance: An extended perspective of user satisfaction
  • Y. Kang, H. Lee
  • Psychology, Computer Science
  • Comput. Hum. Behav.
  • 1 May 2010
Given increasing investment in an IT (information technology) artifact (i.e., online service website), it is becoming important to retain existing customers. In order to help link website design andExpand
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The effects of socio-technical enablers on knowledge sharing: an exploratory examination
Recently, the need for knowledge management has been drastically increasing so organizations may meet the high level of dynamic, complex business change and uncertainty. In particular, knowledgeExpand
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Exploring continued online service usage behavior: The roles of self-image congruity and regret
The expectation-confirmation model (ECM) of continued information systems (IS) use has proven to be successful across online service contexts. Previous studies based on ECM have focused on a referentExpand
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Formation of e-satisfaction and repurchase intention: Moderating roles of computer self-efficacy and computer anxiety
The exploration of online customer satisfaction (called e-satisfaction hereafter) and repurchase becomes increasingly important in e-commerce. Yet, the process of e-satisfaction and repurchaseExpand
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Corporate strategies, environmental forces, and performance measures: a weighting decision support system using the k-nearest neighbor technique
The choice of performance measures is critical to formulating strategies. This paper investigates the relationship among corporate strategies, environmental forces, and the Balanced Scorecard (BSC)Expand
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