Managing Knowledge Through Human Resource Practices : Empirical Examination on the Automotive Industry

  title={Managing Knowledge Through Human Resource Practices : Empirical Examination on the Automotive Industry},
  author={Prieto Pastor},
This paper considers the relationship between HRM practices and KM by examining the way in which HRM practices expected to impact on employees’ abilities, motivation, and opportunity to engage in KM, do it by enabling knowledge sharing and maintaining, and knowledge creation within organizations. Results from a sample of 64 automotive firms show that HRM practices aimed to motivate and give opportunity to behave as requested significantly affect knowledge sharing and maintaining. Further… CONTINUE READING

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