Analisis Pengukuran Tingkat Kesiapan Penerapan Manajemen Pengetahuan: Studi Kasus Badan Pendidikan Dan Pelatihan Keuangan, Kementerian Keuangan

Hafid Mukhlasin, Indra Budi

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One strategy of the Ministry of Finance in the institutional transformation is to strengthen the role of Financial Education and Training Agency (FETA) in the development of human resources is to become a corporate university. Furthermore, base on theory that one of the important elements that should exist in an organization to become a corporate university is knowledge management (KM). The problem which occurs in FETA is that the organization does not have specific mechanisms to manage the knowledge. Moreover, to overcome that problem, the organization need to build a KM system that allows each individual to share useful knowledge for the organi zation. As the first step, it needs a good preparation to lessen the failure in implementing it; which is by measuring the readiness level of knowledge management implementation. Therefore, this study aims to measure the readiness level of knowledge management implementation in FETA in order to provide recommendations for improving the readiness of it. The readiness level is measured based on t he variables mapping including KM Infrastructure, KM Enabler, and KM Critical Success Factor and then mapped into the KM aspects. The data were collected by using a sample survey method which w ere gathered from the employees of FETA. The data are then analyzed descriptively and inferentiall y to get the description about the readiness level of FETA in implementing knowledge management. B ased on this research, it can be concluded that FETA is at the receptive level of readiness in i mplementing knowledge management. It indicates that all the indicators in KM, have been very support ive to the implementation of KM in FETA
Original languageIndonesian
Pages (from-to)11-20
JournalJurnal Sistem Informasi
Issue number1
Publication statusPublished - 1 Apr 2017


  • Knowledge Management, Knowledge Management Readiness, KM Enabler, KMCSF, KM Infrastructure

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