KNOWLEDGE MANAGEMENT IMPLEMENTATION: A COMPARATIVE STUDY BASED ON EMPLOYEES' CHARACTERISTIC IN MARINE GEOLOGICAL INSTITUTE

Riauwati Juli, Ade Irma Susanty, Joni Widodo

Abstract

Marine Geological Institute (MGI) Bandung recognizes that the implementation of Knowledge Management can provide benefits for the achievement of organizational success and sustainability. This study aims to find out how well the implementation of KM is in MGI and measure the significant differences in the implementation of Knowledge Management (KM) based on employee profile s. From the assessment results, the organization can formulate the strategy to improve the implementation of the next KM. This research uses the methods of maturity level model and quantitative descriptive. The focus of this research is the implementation of KM on the important elements of strategy, culture, technology, process, and people. Data were collected by distributing questionnaires to all employees of MGI Bandung. Data were analyzed using the techniques of descriptive statistics and inferential statistics.

The results of descriptive analysis reveal that the level of KM implementation based on the elements of people, strategy, process, culture and technology are categorized Quantitative Managed. The results also show that based on the characteristics of age, employee grades, working period and education level, there are significant differences in the implementation of KM. Therefore, in implementing KM, the four characteristics of the respondents should be differentiated.

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