Knowledge management key factors: an empirical research on small and medium-sized enterprises in Indonesia
by Didi Sundiman; Chien Hsing Wu; Andi Mursidi; Surya Budi Putra Johan; Asmara Indahingwati
International Journal of Business and Systems Research (IJBSR), Vol. 13, No. 2, 2019

Abstract: The purpose of this paper is to explore the key factor that affects knowledge management (KM) process on small medium-sized enterprise (SME) formed in developing countries SMEs that have very diverse cultures backgrounds. This paper undertakes a principle component analysis with oblimin rotation conducted to identify the key factors within the scales used. Five components were extracted in combination explained 72.27% of variance. Therefore, component 1 named knowledge-preneur leadership; component 2 - techno-preneur Harmony; component 3 - organisational K-partnership; component 4 - knowledge-preneur employee; and component 5 - socialisation palisade. This study also shows the importance of education level.

Online publication date: Fri, 29-Mar-2019

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