International Journal of Education and Information Technology
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International Journal of Education and Information Technology, Vol.1, No.4, Oct. 2015, Pub. Date: Sep. 26, 2015
Relationship Between Knowledge Management and Organizational Memory in Islamic Azad University
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[01] Hadi Rezghi Shirsavar, Department of Educational Management, College of Education and Psychology, Garmsar Branch, Islamic Azad University, Garmsar, Iran.
The main goal of this research is providing a model to explain the relationship between elements of management’s knowledge and organizational memory in private higher education of the country. The following research is correlated from the view point of the applied purpose and implementation method of measurement. Data collection instruments includes researcher’s questionnaire made of 33 accents. Structural analysis of the research was confirmed as the formal validity and the reliability of the research tools used was obtained 0.837 was obtained. Statistical Society of this research includes all non-faculty employees of the Islamic Azad university eight regions, who were selected on the basis of the cluster-random sampling and according to Morgan table, which included 378 people considering the whole size of the population. Results of regression testing has been demonstrated to provide a model, on the first place for the components which created opportunities to apply knowledge, on the second for the knowledge organization, on the third for knowledge creation and on the fourth place for components of knowledge collection and supply.
Organization, Knowledge, Knowledge Management, Organizational Memory, Islamic Azad University
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