DETERMINANTS OF KNOWLEDGE MANAGEMENT STRATEGIES ON ORGANIZATIONAL PERFORMANCE IN LIBYAN TRANSPORTATION INDUSTRY

Ahmad Mohamad Omar Omran, S. M. Ferdous Azam

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The aim of this study is to identify the determinants of knowledge management strategies in the Libyan transportation industry for organizational performance. This study began to propose the research method through an Exploratory Factor Analysis (EFA), after proposing a testable conceptual framework, where the items of further research can have some light to move forward. For this analysis, the sample size was 529 and simple random sampling was employed. The results of this research indicate that the main aspects of organizational performance in the Libyan Transportation Industry are the knowledge management system, knowledge management process, knowledge management strategy, organizational performance. Through proposing an empirically validated research model that could be an important implementation tool for the success of the performance of the Transportation Industry, this research has added to established knowledge.

JEL: L10; L25; L91

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knowledge management strategies, organizational performance, transportation industry, Libya

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