Siinviidatu leidis oma koha peamiselt põhjusel, et teadmistepõhisus ja inimestejuhtimise praktikad on minuni jõudes üsna kaugel sellest, milles erialakirjanduses räägitakse.

Kontekstiks:

Knowledge is considered as the most “critical asset” that can provide numerous benefits to the organization, including getting an edge over its competitors (Al-Sa’di et al., 2017; Barley et al., 2018). Kostopoulos et al. (2011) rightly point out that the competitive advantage of the organization is shifting from physical assets to human capital and knowledge management. […] knowledge management (KM) initiatives are not useful for an organization unless they are exploited through further mechanisms that convert them into favourable results contributing to firm performance (Donate and Guadamillas, 2011). […] Literature has revealed “strategic HRM” as one of the most critical antecedents that makes large contributions to firm performance

Autorite ambitsioon:

the present study seeks to explore the query “how knowledge management capacity enhances the firm performance?” Drawing on resource-based view of the firm (Barney and Griffin, 1992) and its extension, knowledge-based view (Kogut and Zander, 1992), the study attempts to answer this pending query by examining the existence of a series of relationships among knowledge management capacity, strategic HRM, administrative innovation, technical innovation and firm performance.

Teadmistepõhisest juhtimisest:

According to Chen and Huang (2009), knowledge management capacity is defined as an ability of a firm to acquire, share and use knowledge for organizational benefits. […] Most of these scholars studying the relationship between knowledge management and firm performance have relied on the tenets of resource-based view of the firm, renowned as resource based view (RBV) theory (Collins, 2021; Meso and Smith, 2000; Nonaka and Toyama, 2007).

Vihjed lugemishuvi suurendamiseks:

An important finding of the study is that strategic HRM is positively influenced by knowledge management capacity. […] The results reveal that knowledge management capacity contributes in formulating and implementing strategic HRM practices. […] knowledge management capacity positively reinforces the innovation strategy of an organization.

Chawla, A. S., Kundu, S. C., Kumar, S., Gahlawat, N., & Kundu, H. (2021). The effect of knowledge management capacity on firm performance through sequential mediations of strategic HRM, administrative and technical innovations. Journal of Asia Business Studies