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The investigation of knowledge management practice components on supply chain performance
by Mahdi Abbas Taher; Reza Bandarian; Mohammad Reza Sadeghi Moghadam
International Journal of Knowledge Management Studies (IJKMS), Vol. 7, No. 1/2, 2016

 

Abstract: The first goal of this survey was to clarify the association among five components of collaboration knowledge management practice (KMP, i.e., creating, storage, accessing, dissemination, and applying) with supply chain performance of Iranian oil companies, and the ultimate goal was to investigate the impact of three various KMP components (i.e., perceived KMP benefits, collaboration KMP, and KMP impacts) on supply chain performance. The quantitative method was chosen to gather the data from 120 managers who worked in oil companies at the beginning stage of second semester of 2015. Then, based on the purpose of this research, the 78-item KMP questionnaire was administered in one session as research instruments. The descriptive analysis and two-tailed Pearson's product-moment correlation coefficient were applied to test the hypotheses. The founded results illustrated that there are positive correlation between five components of collaboration KMP and three various components of KMPs on supply chain performance.

Online publication date: Wed, 02-Nov-2016

 

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