The Impact of Knowledge Creation and Sharing on Innovation
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Zenona Ona Atkočiūnienė
Vilnius University
Aurelija Petronytė
Vilnius University
Published 2018-12-20
https://doi.org/10.15388/Im.2018.83.2
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Keywords

knowledge management
knowledge management cycles
processes
models
knowledge creation
knowledge sharing
innovation

How to Cite

Atkočiūnienė Z. O. and Petronytė A. (2018) “The Impact of Knowledge Creation and Sharing on Innovation”, Informacijos mokslai, 0(83), pp. 24-35. doi: 10.15388/Im.2018.83.2.

Abstract

[full article and abstract in Lithuanian; abstract in English]

After data analysis, it was concluded that knowledge management in an organization is an important factor that makes a positive contribution to the organization’s activities. Systematically organized knowledge management in an organization is ensured by the application of a knowledge management cycle, model or process. In order to gain a competitive advantage, it is important for the organization to carry out innovative activities, which is determined by consistent knowledge creation and sharing in the organization. It is important that the knowledge conversion model is closely linked to innovation. Systematic knowledge creation and sharing improves the development of new products in organizational projects, which increases the organization’s competitiveness. The results obtained using the empirical quantification method showed that knowledge creation and sharing have a positive effect on innovative behavior.

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