April 28, 2013

KBAM: Organizational culture and knowledge management

Organizational culture can be considered as an influential barrier in the effective promotion of knowledge management. For the organizational culture to support the adequate implementation of knowledge management, it has to show commitment to institutionalising knowledge management programmes. In addition to this, knowledge management programmes need to be accommodated to adapt to the organizational culture. In my belief, it is imperative for both the organizational culture and the knowledge management programmes work in conjunction with each other in order for knowledge management to be effective.


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