Factors affecting readiness of knowledge management implementation: A case study of state senior high school in Palembang

A. Farisi, M. Ezar Al Rivan, Yohannes, Meiriyama, D. Indra Sensuse

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Employee's rotation is often performed in organization. In some periods, the rotation is performed to meet organization's requirement. However, it also indirectly leads to a decreased of organizational performance when there is a gap between job specification and the ability of employee. This problem can be handled by managing the knowledge of employees which is called knowledge management (KM). Specifically, in Indonesia, the employees who work as teachers in state high school have the high rate of employees' rotation. Therefore we need to perform KM in this condition, we must find out some factors that affecting readiness of KM implementation. The founded factors can be used to assess the readiness level of organization to implement the KM. This research proposes a method to find out factors which affecting the readiness of KM implementation in state high school of Indonesia and how importance are these factors using Analytical Hierarchy Process (AHP) method. The case study was take place on state senior high school in Palembang which is a capital city of South Sumatera. The result shows the affecting factors are collaboration, learning, top management support, IT Support, business strategy, ICT Use, performance expectancy of KM, effort expectancy of KM, and informal consecutively.

Original languageEnglish
Article number012105
JournalIOP Conference Series: Materials Science and Engineering
Issue number1
Publication statusPublished - 1 Oct 2018
Event2nd Nommensen International Conference on Technology and Engineering, NICTE 2018 - Medan, Indonesia
Duration: 19 Jul 201820 Jul 2018


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