Knowledge Management Enablers , Processes , and Organizational Performance : An Integration and Empirical Examination

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  title={Knowledge Management Enablers , Processes , and Organizational Performance : An Integration and Empirical Examination},
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  year={2003}
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  • Published 2003
Knowledge management is an important new business paradigm, and it is no surprise that it has received so much attention from researchers. They have investigated knowledge management strategies and important knowledge management variables such as enablers, processes, and performance. However, most current empirical research has explored their relationships in isolation. In addition, it is still unclear how these strategies are affected by knowledge management processes. To fill this gap, this… CONTINUE READING

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