Corporate Culture and Sustainable Knowledge Management Implementation: A Conceptualization
Using a case methodology, this study explores the impact of corporate culture on knowledge management implementation. The key objective of this study is to explore the reasons behind the divergence that exists between proposed KM framework and actual KM implementation in a Malaysian conglomerate. The premise of this research is based on the notion that the effective implementation of a KM strategy is dependent on its unique corporate culture.
||Knowledge Management, Corporate Culture, Case Methodology
The International Journal of Environmental, Cultural, Economic and Social Sustainability, Volume 7, Issue 4, pp.383-388.
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Doctoral Candidate, Multimedia University, Cyberjaya, Selangor, Malaysia
Associate Professor, Faculty of Management, Multimedia University, Cyberjaya, Selangor, Malaysia
Dr. Wan Fadzilah Wan Yusoff is Dean in the Faculty of Management, Multimedia University. Prior to joining the academia, she spent more than eighteen years accumulating various industry experiences from the financial services industry by working in a commercial bank, a merchant bank and a stock-broking company covering the various aspects of banking and various other financial services functions, including training. Her exposure to consulting work was gained from working as project manager on several in-house consultancy projects in collaboration with local consultants and one reputable international consultant in the area of change management and business process re-engineering. Her research outputs has been presented in local and international conferences and published in many local and international journals. Her areas of research interest are in intellectual capital management, knowledge management, strategic management and performance management.
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