The MIKS (Member Integrated Knowledge System) Model: A Visualization of the Individual Organizational Member’s Role when a Knowledge Management System is Utilized in the Learning Organization

  • Cynthia Grobmeier
  • Published 2007

Abstract

Relating knowledge management (KM) case studies in various organizational contexts to existing theoretical constructs of learning organizations, a new model, the MIKS (Member Integrated Knowledge System) Model is proposed to include the role of the individual in the process. Their degree of motivation as well as communication and learning processes generate an understanding of why individuals engage in the knowledge sharing and knowledge generation desired to promote the advancement of the learning organization.

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@inproceedings{Grobmeier2007TheM, title={The MIKS (Member Integrated Knowledge System) Model: A Visualization of the Individual Organizational Member’s Role when a Knowledge Management System is Utilized in the Learning Organization}, author={Cynthia Grobmeier}, year={2007} }