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This study assesses the impact of a corporate training system on work accident reduction and the degree of severity of these occurrences, both before and after the implementation period of an e-learning system. An ex post facto study conducted in a unit of a multinational chemical industry...
Knowledge management (KM) and human capital (HC) are prominent topics in the academic environment. Knowledge is considered as a critical factor of organisation competitiveness, particularly in higher education institutions. As such, this study aims to investigate the interaction between KM...
Knowledge intensive organisations survive and sustain through effective knowledge management practices. The present study attempts to understand the interplay of knowledge management, human resource practices and innovation performance in knowledge-intensive organisations. In-depth interviews...
Knowledge management and flexibility have been considered two important concerns in the current dynamic environment. Rapid technological changes, globalisation, increasing number of competitors have increased the threat for long-term performance and survival. Moreover, more knowledgeable...
Nonaka's SECI model provides a clear demonstration of the continual cycle of knowledge creation and conversion within an organisation. However, the knowledge flows and exchanges across the organisational boundary have not been systematically taken into account. In order to address this...
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