EXPLORING RELATION BETWEEN ORGANIZATIONAL INFRASTRUCTURE AND KNOWLEDGE SHARING â€“ A CASE OF COMPANIES IN REPUBLIC OF MACEDONIA
AbstractKnowledge sharing is a key part of the knowledge management initiatives. To have a successful business case of knowledge management project, a supporting organizational infrastructure should be developed. Organizational infrastructure represents backbone of KM initiatives. In this article we explore the relation between organizational infrastructure and knowledge sharing, as one of the most important phases in the cycle of knowledge management on a case of companies from Macedonia. Knowledge can add value to the organization only if itâ€™s shared throughout the company.
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