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International Journal of Information Technology & Computer Science ( IJITCS )

Abstract :

AIM: the purpose of this study was evaluating implementation of knowledge management processes among employees of Qazvin University of Medical Science.
METHODS & MATERIALS : Data was collected by distributing questionnaires to the staff in the University. The survey included the questions that asking respondents to rate their overall confidence in the staff awareness and skills of knowledge management applications.
DISCUSSION: knowledge based organizations are the main centers that use KM processes to regulate the knowledge transferring structures and increasing productivity and efficiency of their staff.
RESULTS: In this study the average of participants work experience was 11 years and the mean of employee‟s age was 33 years. Most participants (34.4%) were not informed about the existence or lack of individual processes for acquiring knowledge. There was correlation between staff work experience and utilization of problems to learning.
Conclusion: KM in different organizations can take effective steps to strengthen the capabilities and eliminate potential weaknesses with compiling, collecting and proper efficiency of past experiences. In Qazvin University of medical science also the managers should provide clear structures of KM processes for different departments, use of organizational learning techniques such as regular holding meetings or workshops and create knowledge acquisition and sharing networks with involve employees in communication networks of information-based.

Keywords :

: Knowledge managements processes, Employee's knowledge, Organizational learning, Knowledge sharing

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