Antecedents and consequences of knowledge management strategy: The case of Chinese high technology firms
Built on the knowledge management and corporate growth literatures, this paper examines the antecedents of knowledge management strategy (KMS) and its consequences. Grounded by a resource-based view and corporate growth theory, results reveal that a firm's knowledge management strategy and strategic performance relate to long-term corporate growth. Technological turbulence also relates to the firm's use of knowledge management strategy. Environmental turbulence and learning orientation do not exert significant effects on knowledge management strategy. Learning orientation has an interacting effect on long term corporate growth, while environmental and technological turbulences do not. Implications for knowledge management practitioners are discussed.
Production Planning and Control
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Yang, Jie, "Antecedents and consequences of knowledge management strategy: The case of Chinese high technology firms" (2008). Kean Publications. 2502.