Knowledge Management and Leadership in Malaysia

HALIMAH ABDUL MANAF

Abstract


This is importance to organization to create support mechanism
therefore creative people are continuously apply their knowledge.
This paper seeks to examine initiatives processes of organizational
knowledge sharing from the lens of local authorities’ leader. This is
developed through a detailed consideration of knowledge sharing practices and important determinants of leadership influences in work performance. This study was employed qualitative design with semi structured interview as main instruments. The aim of semi structured interview with the group of interview was to find out what practitioners understood by each of concepts underlying study. The major findings of this study confirmed that the activities engage with knowledge sharing, managerial tacit knowledge and personality individual were implemented in local authorities. The findings derived from respondents experience and reflection as managers in the management field.


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