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KNOWLEDGE RETENTION STRATEGY EVALUATION & KNOWLEDGE MANAGEMENT SYSTEM DESIGN AT PLASTIC INJECTION COMPANY IN INDONESIA

Leo Adi Anggoro, Bachtiar H. Simamora
2021 International Journal of Organizational Business Excellence  
The evaluation of KRS using Organizational Knowledge Retention Framework developed by David DeLong and for designing KMS model using the 10-Step KM Roadmap method developed by Amrit Tiwana.  ...  The potential of knowledge loss when an employee retires or resigns is high at PT. XYZ a plastic injection company in Indonesia.  ...  Knowledge Management Several ways have been found to increase organizational knowledge retention and minimizing unintentional knowledge loss.  ... 
doi:10.21512/ijobex.v2i1.7145 fatcat:axm6qndrp5hwlcbgyg4myyrk24

Assessing knowledge retention in construction organisations: Cases from the UAE

Mohammed Arif, Malik M A Khalfan, James H Barnard, Nathan A Heller
2012 Australasian Journal of Construction Economics and Building  
Based on the analysis of the knowledge retention system the major drivers for its successful implementation are prevalence of a culture of sharing knowledge, reward and recognition for sharing knowledge  ...  The case study methodology used in this paper highlights some key issues in the area of knowledge retention in the UAE.  ...  This component also has the overall organizational structure as well as organizational structure of its five business groups.  ... 
doi:10.5130/ajceb.v12i2.2461 fatcat:yrxb42uggza7fh3vhhsemhuit4

Use of Value Chain Mapping to Determine R&D Domain Knowledge Retention Framework Extended Criteria

Mohamad Safuan Bin Sulaiman, Ariza Nordin, Nor Laila Md Noor, Wan Adilah Wan Adnan
2021 International Journal of Advanced Computer Science and Applications  
Implementing a knowledge retention (KR) strategy is crucial to overcome the loss of expert knowledge due to employee turnover and retirement.  ...  The output is a Knowledge Chain Model (KCM) that defines the critical points of knowledge loss in the R&D value chain.  ...  LITERATURE REVIEW Knowledge Retention (KR) is one of the important KM and organizational strategies to minimize critical knowledge loss [5] .  ... 
doi:10.14569/ijacsa.2021.0121263 fatcat:rjwt5eda4zdddbotyq2laq6c7a

THE EFFECT OF KNOWLEDGE DEVELOPMENT AND KNOWLEDGE RETENTION ON PERFORMANCE OF SMALL AND MEDIUM-SCALED ENTERPRISES (SMES): A STUDY OF APPAREL SMES IN SRI LANKA

I. P. W. Sirinaga, Ali Khatibi, S. M. Ferdeous Azam
2019 Zenodo  
The main purpose of the study is to see whether three is a relationship between knowledge development (KD) and knowledge retention (KR) on the performance of Small and Medium-scale Enterprises (SMEs) and  ...  The formulation of knowledge management strategies more towards on the development and retaining of existing knowledge categories will minimize the danger of frequent knowledge loss and to avoid unnecessary  ...  Out of the many other factors, people knowledge loss risk is one of the most important factors that has an influence on knowledge retention especially the critical tacit knowledge.  ... 
doi:10.5281/zenodo.3594983 fatcat:nznb3dqtprd5fideg4owu7jldu

Green Marketing Exploration on Customer Retention in Improving Business Performance with Tacit Entrepreneurship Knowledge as Moderator

Fadjar Setiyo Anggraeni
2020 Journal of Digital Marketing and Halal Industry  
The second proposition, the more effective green marketing is, the more business performance will be—the third proposition, the stronger the customer retention, the stronger the effect on improving organizational  ...  The fifth proposition, the higher the organization's tacit knowledge and the individuals in it, the higher the organizational performance will be.</p>  ...  B Corp Community Indonesia, community companies and organizations, even appealed to business people to find solutions to minimize this threat.  ... 
doi:10.21580/jdmhi.2020.2.2.6351 fatcat:vj6bapvy6jeelay35gwyylkfke

Knowledge transfer and cross-border acquisition performance: The impact of cultural distance and employee retention

Mohammad Faisal Ahammad, Shlomo Yedidia Tarba, Yipeng Liu, Keith W. Glaister
2016 International Business Review  
, and employee retention on knowledge transfer and acquisition performance.  ...  The findings indicate that knowledge transfer and employee retention have positive influence on CBA performance.  ...  conflicts, and the loss of key talent at the acquired firms.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.ibusrev.2014.06.015 fatcat:rgwxbeqpkrhgzmeanfrcb3v26y

HR managers as employee-retention specialists

Roger E. Herman
2005 Employment Relations Today  
Facilitate and Sustain Organizational and Business Change This competency recognizes that most organizations wrestle with uncontrolled employee turnover because of the way they do business.  ...  HR Managers as Employee-Retention Specialists 3 We will also see employee-retention specialist positions created in critical departments where it is important to have jobs filled with minimal turnover  ... 
doi:10.1002/ert.20058 fatcat:rvlsjy5ffngbpaytis3c7a75t4

Evaluating Employee Retention Strategies on Job Performance

Ibrahim Abdulai Sawaneh, Fatmata Kanko Kamara
2019 Science Journal of Business and Management  
Due to the increasing demand in the job market as a result of several job opportunities, good employee retention strategies are vital for achieving organizational success and performance.  ...  This will lead to an employer to loose valuable and determined employees to rivals in job market, loss of corporate memory, fracture employee customer relationship and most importantly, the moral standing  ...  The degree and nature of such organizational loss has a dire consequences on the management operations and successes, thereby hiring productivity, profitability, and services.  ... 
doi:10.11648/j.sjbm.20190703.12 fatcat:nk6llgwkarg2xatxpgpayckfoq

Does Training and Employee Commitment Predict Employee Retention?

Nasreen Khan
2019 AIMS International Journal of Management  
Employee retention is evidently linked with an organization's competitive advantage. A very limited attention is given to the predictors of employee retention in UAE.  ...  Training and employee commitment are directly and/or indirectly linked with employee retention.  ...  Invisible costs include loss of productivity, loss of knowledge, low morale, loss of clients etc. (Hussein Alkahtani, 2015) .  ... 
doi:10.26573/2018.12.3.1 fatcat:23s7yg3ff5ecrb2yfqigcnv7ue

Ethical Recruitment, Transformational Leadership and Employee Retention

Julius Arinaitwe, Lydia Maket
2020 Zenodo  
Every organization is interested in the retention of its quality and skilled employees.  ...  This paper looks at the ethical considerations to ensure that candidates are reviewed according to their merit, fairness and equity and to ensure that they possess the right knowledge, skills abilities  ...  As such, employee retention is fundamental for organizational performance and profitability because it limits loss of valuable resources and human capital assets (Grissom, Nicholson-Crotty, & Keiser,  ... 
doi:10.5281/zenodo.4979026 fatcat:lxeuc3c7hzb4jhreuyygrrzmhu

Knowledge Waste & Knowledge Loss – What is it All About?

Helio Aisenberg Ferenhof, Susanne Durst, Paulo Mauricio Selig
2016 Navus: Revista de Gestão e Tecnologia  
ABSTRACT In this paper we are interested in developing an understanding of the concepts of knowledge waste and knowledge loss.  ...  Whereas knowledge waste means that companies are not using the full capacity of existing knowledge. As outlined by Ferenhof (2011) it is any failure in the process of knowledge conversion.  ...  Additionally, the outsourcing of business functions can increase the danger of knowledge loss, as it may result in the company losing its capability to run those business functions itself.  ... 
doi:10.22279/navus.2016.v6n4.p38-57.404 fatcat:7omqeirmuzbelhx4mjbgqweqva

Orthopaedic residents demonstrate retention of point of care ultrasound knowledge after a brief educational session: a quasi experimental study

Samuel Larrivée, Robyn Rodger, Patricia Larouche, Jeff Leiter, Tomislav Jelic, Peter MacDonald
2019 BMC Medical Education  
The course succeeded in improving the residents' knowledge, skills, and comfort with MSK POCUS.  ...  Resident's knowledge acquisition was measured with written pre-course, same-day post-course and six-month follow-up tests.  ...  We also extend our thanks to the residents who found some time on their busy schedule to participate in this study.  ... 
doi:10.1186/s12909-019-1916-0 pmid:31888601 pmcid:PMC6937626 fatcat:adhlxmxj7nccricxcuzw4wztze

Employee Turnover: Causes, Importance and Retention Strategies

Walid Abdullah Al-Suraihi, Siti Aida Samikon, Al-Hussain Abdullah Al-Suraihi, Ishaq Ibrahim
2021 European Journal of Business Management and Research  
This research aims to understand the causes of employee turnover and retention strategies in an organization.  ...  Job involvement depends on the work environment, such as organizational support, organizational attractiveness and pays satisfaction, which may decrease work tension and increase job satisfaction and minimize  ...  Moreover, [159] mentioned that both external and internal factors of employee retention were identified, which contributes to the accumulation of knowledge regarding employee retention.  ... 
doi:10.24018/ejbmr.2021.6.3.893 fatcat:wdkc7hdfxbhe5izyhfnyr25fb4

KNOWLEDGE MANAGEMENT [article]

DR VETRIVEL, DR MALARVIZHI, DR THIRUMALVALAVAN, DR PONINDIRA
2022 Zenodo  
Knowledge is retained Knowledge is retained according to organizational retention policies. Retention may be managed with a set of health check criteria for knowledge.  ...  Applying Knowledge Retention Knowledge retention provides the optimum solution to capture the organizational information that organizations can use later.  ...  Communication Tool Tools that communicate knowledge and capture the knowledge generated by communication.  ... 
doi:10.5281/zenodo.6295861 fatcat:s5f6k2jt5rbwpk23chqymcp7g4

Knowledge Safety – Insights from the SME Sector

Małgorzata Zięba
2017 Journal of Management and Business Administration, Central Europe  
Purpose: This paper aims to explore the topic of knowledge safety, defined as the state of knowledge being safe from loss, leakage, attrition, oblivion, waste or theft.  ...  Methodology: The paper is based on an analysis of Knowledge Management (KM) literature devoted to knowledge loss and its potential types in companies, and on the results of case study research.  ...  Acknowledgements This study has been conducted within the research project entitled "Knowledge management in small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) offering knowledge intensive business services", and  ... 
doi:10.7206/jmba.ce.2450-7814.203 fatcat:e2t5twrwhrfdfirtufl6d77iqy
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