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Journal Issue
Volume 18 Issue 2 / Apr 2020  pp91‑195

Editor: Eduardo Tome

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Award‑Winning Organizations: How Outstanding Organizations Manage the Registration, Access and use of the Knowledge of Employees  pp91‑104

Ragna Kemp Haraldsdóttir

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On Work Relevance of Adult Education: A Case Study Narrative  pp105‑120

Tone Vold, Hanne Haave, Aristidis Kaloudis

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Knowledge Geography for Measuring the Divergence in Intellectual Capital of Russia  pp121‑135

Andrey S. Mikhaylov, Anna A. Mikhaylova, Vivek K. Singh, Dmitry V. Hvaley

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The Status quo of Knowledge Management and Sustainability Knowledge  pp136‑148

Beate Klingenberg, Helen N. Rothberg

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Knowledge Acquisition and Meaning‑making in the Participatory Budgeting of Local Governments  pp149‑160

Evandro Bocatto, Eloisa Perez-de-Toledo

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Alive by Meeting: A Solution to the Paradox of Meetings Based on the Pyramid of New Collaboration  pp161‑171

Marco Bettoni, Eddie Obeng

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Knowledge Sharing Barriers in Russian Universities’ Administrative Subdivisions  pp172‑184

Evgeny Blagov, Alena Begler, Anastasiia Pleshkova

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Abstract

Thе paper investigates the influence of a set of twelve various nature knowledge sharing barriers (shortly, KSBs) on the knowledge sharing speed and quality in the administrative subdivisions of six leading Russian universities. The respondents have been answering the questionnaire including questions regarding the KSBs’ perceived strength from the knowledge requester and knowledge holder positions, thus creating four models tested via the IBM SPSS Statistics 22 package as linear regression equations. The testing results are showing statistically significant influence of several KSBs on the knowledge sharing speed and quality. The methodology and results of the study have both practical applicability and theoretical value, as administrative subdivisions are considerably unpopular objects of knowledge sharing research in higher educational institutions, in contrast to the research and teaching subdivisions. Several further research development directions are suggested, considering both the sample extension and changes in the research methodology. 

 

Keywords: knowledge sharing, knowledge sharing barriers, knowledge holders and requesters, higher educational institutions, educational administration, educational institutions’ administrative subdivisions

 

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The Continuous Recombination of Codification and Personalisation KM strategies: A Retrospective Study  pp185‑195

Ettore Bolisani, Antonella Padova, Enrico Scarso

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