A CONCEPTUALIZATION OF KNOWLEDGE MANAGEMENT STRATEGY TOWARD ORGANIZATION PERFORMANCE IN THE LIBYAN TRANSPORTATION INDUSTRY

Ahmad Mohamad Omar Omran, S. M. Ferdous Azam

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This conceptual paper aims to examine the relationship between the knowledge management strategy and organizational performance in Libya transportation industry. Libya’s government policy proposals for public organisation reform have largely failed to encourage the development of information. The transport industry is suffering from a shortage of backward-integrated equipment. Most Arab nations have inherited their transparent authoritative practises from their previous founder legacies. This is despite the way in which the region needs knowledge management as never before due to the evolving way of global aggression. Also, the introduction and use of different information technologies in an enterprise will be the key to conducting knowledge management activities in the transport industry. The promotion of trust among members of intra- and inter-organizational teams is of primary concern for the establishment of a strong and sound knowledge base. It takes some time to establish a desired knowledge culture for the sharing of knowledge and exchange of knowledge. However, only a small section of the public would appreciate gains and any aspect of it could be overlooked by the rest. It should strive to develop the academic resources of the general public and involve people in basic leadership in general.

JEL: L10; L25; L91

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knowledge management strategy, organizational performance, transportation industry, Libya

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