Sustainability of organizational performance competitiveness across the knowledge sharing environment in UAE

Khalid Alrawi, Abu Dhabi University, United Arab Emirates
Ahmed Alrawi, Al-Falogah University, Iraq
Waleed Alrawi, MBA, Syscoms College, United Arab Emirates

Purpose: The aims of this paper are to analyze the organizational performance of competitiveness sustainability through knowledge sharing, and the organizational barriers to implementation in the business environment.

Design/methodology/approach: This study was accomplished through questionnaires that surveyed 125 companies located in Abu Dhabi Emirate/United Arab Emirates (UAE).

Findings: Findings revealed that organizational culture and management perceptions that are based on individual perception and managerial style have a negative relationship with the perceived benefits of knowledge. Analyses show that management initiatives highlight the fact that not all of them are necessarily successful.

Originality/value: The value of this paper is to shed light on organizational performance improvements to increase business effectiveness and efficiency through a knowledge sharing environment, with particular regard to the UAE. Within a business, an area sometimes targeted for improvement is organizational efficacy, which involves the process of setting organizational goals and objectives: performance is a measure of the results achieved. Performance efficiency is the ratio between effort expended and results achieved. It offers suggestions to manage these organizations effectively and profitably.

Keywords: Organizational Performance, Knowledge Management, Knowledge Sharing, Performance, Organization

Alrawi ijikmmena v5 n1.pdf
Alrawi ijikmmena v5 n1.pdf
It's only fair to share...Tweet about this on TwitterShare on FacebookShare on LinkedInShare on Google+Email this to someonePrint this page

Be the first to comment

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published.


*