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Managing Knowledge in Higher Educational Institutions in the ICT Era:The Road Ahead


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Knowledge management is a process or a tool through which organization or institution creates, organizes, stores, disseminates and applies knowledge to achieve its ultimate objective of growth and development. Knowledge management plays a role in the increasing organizational effectiveness to share the best practices, handle issues and problems, enhance research aptitude, and improve people’s skills. The information and communication technology (ICT) is being considered very good technology, which is used to communicate, create, disseminate, store and manage information at any organisation or institution.

Considering the implacability of knowledge management in the higher education sector, the purpose of this research paper is to understand and explore relationship between knowledge management and the ICT. In this research, a sincere attempt has been made to analyse last fifteen years of research studies extensively, which proved the synergistic implication of KM and ICT in higher education institutions in the fast - developing competitive globalization era.


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Knowledge Management (KM), Information and Communication Technology, Educational Institution/Organization, Higher Education.
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Authors

Ashwani Mohan
Amity Institute of Psychology and Allied Science, Amity University, Noida, Uttar Pradesh, India
Mamata Mahapatra
Amity Institute of Psychology and Allied Science, Amity University, Noida, Uttar Pradesh, India

Abstract


Knowledge management is a process or a tool through which organization or institution creates, organizes, stores, disseminates and applies knowledge to achieve its ultimate objective of growth and development. Knowledge management plays a role in the increasing organizational effectiveness to share the best practices, handle issues and problems, enhance research aptitude, and improve people’s skills. The information and communication technology (ICT) is being considered very good technology, which is used to communicate, create, disseminate, store and manage information at any organisation or institution.

Considering the implacability of knowledge management in the higher education sector, the purpose of this research paper is to understand and explore relationship between knowledge management and the ICT. In this research, a sincere attempt has been made to analyse last fifteen years of research studies extensively, which proved the synergistic implication of KM and ICT in higher education institutions in the fast - developing competitive globalization era.


Keywords


Knowledge Management (KM), Information and Communication Technology, Educational Institution/Organization, Higher Education.

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