English, Article edition: A Conceptualisation of the Relationship Between Organisational Culture and Knowledge Management Wei Zheng

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Title
  • A Conceptualisation of the Relationship Between Organisational Culture and Knowledge Management
Author
  • Wei Zheng
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  • article
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  • Organisational culture has been regarded as an important factor affecting knowledge management practices. This paper is an initial effort in constructing a new conceptualisation of the relationship between organisational culture and knowledge management. In view of this conceptualisation, organisational culture, rather than a mutually exclusive concept from organisational knowledge, overlaps with the concept of knowledge management. It highlights the absolute necessity to view organisational culture and knowledge management simultaneously. It also suggests new directions for managing organisational culture in the context of knowledge management.
  • Knowledge management, organisational culture
  • RePEc:wsi:jikmxx:v:04:y:2005:i:02:p:113-124
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  • English
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