Knowledge management architecture empirical study on the {Jordanian} universities

  • Alzoubi M
  • Alnajjar F
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Abstract

The research aimed to detect empirically the presence of knowledge management in the Jordanian universities. The research tested a set of variables related to Knowledge management; to reach out the main factors constructing Knowledge management Architecture, aiming to establish a proposed model representing the architecture pillars in higher education institutions. The population of the study represented all staff members in the Jordanian universities, while the sample of the study was (355) random Academics, teaching in the Jordanian universities, holding different academic titles, with varied years of experiences and ages as well; only (310) complete questionnaires were returned and analyzed by using Factor Analysis Test. It was revealed based on the results of the study that the pillars of knowledge management architecture in higher education in the Jordanian universities are: Strategy and commitment, Information systems, Culture, and. Communications. © EuroJournals, Inc. 2010.

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  • Information systems
  • Jordanian universities
  • Knowledge management
  • Knowledge pillars
  • knowledge

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  • ISSN: 1450-2275
  • SCOPUS: 2-s2.0-77955039810
  • PUI: 359258081
  • SGR: 77955039810

Authors

  • M R Alzoubi

  • F J Alnajjar

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