Zawiyah Mohammad Yusof

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Knowledge sharing is an inevitable activity that underpins the business of knowledge management. It is a crucial activity since knowledge bears no value if it is not distributed and shared. However, the question of whether knowledge sharing does really exist in public organizations and factors affecting the practice are yet to be known. This paper reviews(More)
Organizations have invested a considerable amount of resources in the implementation of Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) and Business Intelligence (BI) systems. In today’s competitive environment within the context of complex BI and ERP, these systems have become key strategic tools, which directly impact on the success of any project implementation. But(More)
Literature in knowledge management reveals that there are a number of knowledge sharing (KS) models. A range of models exists as a result of differed view on the subject which is broad and subjective. Some of the models address the antecedents or factors influencing KS whilst the others address the relationship between KS and performance. The benefit of KS(More)
The awareness of the importance of knowledge sharing to the success and competency of organisation is paramount. Knowledge sharing is unavoidable as it is evident that all organisations require some level of cooperation and contribution of multiple knowledge sources to produce a product or service. The goal of knowledge sharing is simply to increase(More)
Records and information management (RIM) has gained its importance when it is proven capable in helping organisations to remain competitive and increase their accountability, transparency and integrity. RIM is practiced based on the life cycle concept which embraces creation through disposal where classification falls in between. Currently, most RIM systems(More)
Knowledge management is an initiative which could determines the organization's competitive edge. This initiative could be stipulated on internally generated information known as (records). The information embedded in records, when processed, will yield knowledge that could help organization to make timely and well-informed decision making. In light of(More)
Managing electronic records is central in universities. Universities retain records for various purposes such as legal, financial other than help to improve accountability. Retaining electronic records is a complex process particularly medium of storage and the duration for keeping the records. It is paramount important for every university to implement(More)
Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) is designed to model and automate basic processes across the organization over a centralized database sheet, or any type of tools that are used by the organization and pays a lot of attention in implementing ERP modules. The success of ERP system does not require the demolishing of the traditional ERP system models, but(More)
Records and information management (RIM) is managed based on the lifecycle concept which significantly marks three phases consist of the creation, maintenance and disposal. Classification is one of the elements in the creation phase alongside with capture. However, not much research were conducted on function-based classification making records left(More)
In the field of records and information management (RIM), classification is central for categorizing information including those embedded in records into a systematic structure for controlling and retrieval purposes. It is particularly a paramount concept and activity for information-related organization to organize and manage information from the beginning(More)