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This paper explores the role of K nowledge Management (KM) in Local Authorities in the broader perspective towards achieving the Electronic Government (E-Government) orientation in Malaysia. This research used a survey questionnaire distributed to all senior and middle management government officers in three types of Local Authorities located in the Federal(More)
Universities have long been recognised as avenues for teaching and learning, research and discovery, as well as providers of services to the society through the application of knowledge. To strive for academic excellence, it is imperative for public universities to become a learning organization (LO). This can be done by integrating the conceptual(More)
The issues of ethics and governance have received significant interest in recent years due to plethora of ethical scandals in organization. The recent scandals internationally and in Malaysia give us now the opportunity to ask if there is a need for a new paradigm for better governance by integrating ethical leadership and trust. The paper aims to examine(More)
This study aims to investigate how accountants as professional intellects working in a public sector accounting organization perceived the importance of knowledge management in their knowledge sharing process within and across the organization. The Accountant General’s Department of Malaysia is selected for an indepth study of KM in a public sector(More)
  • Kalsom Salleh
  • 2010
This paper presents the knowledge sharing model that interconnects knowledge management enablers and the sharing process of tacit knowledge in a public sector accounting organisation. This empirical study of knowledge sharing model in an accounting organisation is another knowledge management breakthrough whereby sharing process of tacit knowledge can be(More)
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