The reality of knowledge management and its impact on institutional performance applied study on the Faculty of Applied Studies and Community Service at King Saud University.

  • Mona Abdullah Saleh Samhan Assistant professor, College of application sciences and society service, King Saud University, Saudi Arabia

Abstract

Abstract: The problem of the study on the management of knowledge and institutional performance in the Faculty of Applied Studies and Community Service at King Saud University. The study aims to identify the reality of knowledge management and its impact on institutional performance as seen by the staff of the Faculty of Applied Studies and Community Service at King Saud University in Riyadh.  To achieve the objective of the study, a theoretical framework was presented on the management of knowledge in terms of its concept, objectives, importance, elements and processes, and then design a questionnaire to survey the views of a sample of employees of the Faculty of Applied Studies and Community Service     Where the size of the original society in the Faculty of Applied Studies and Community Service 703 teaching staff and administrators, the statistical questionnaires conducted by the statistical analysis 278 questionnaire by 5 and 39%, and the statistical treatment using the frequencies and percentages and the equations of calculating the square and the relative weight. And then analyze the results of the questionnaire, and then reach the results of the study and recommendations with the submission of a proposal to build a strategy for knowledge management in the Faculty of Applied Studies and Community Service, King Saud University..

Keywords: Knowledge Management, Institutional Performance, College of Applied Studies and Community Service

Published
2019-05-12
How to Cite
Samhan, M. (2019). The reality of knowledge management and its impact on institutional performance applied study on the Faculty of Applied Studies and Community Service at King Saud University. International Journal of Research in Educational Sciences. (IJRES), 2(3), 459 - 504. Retrieved from http://www.iafh.net/index.php/IJRES/article/view/128
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