نقش زیرساختی و فرایندی مدیریت دانش در مسیر چابک سازی صنعت نساجی کشور

نوع مقاله: مقاله پژوهشی

نویسندگان

1 کارشناسی ارشد، دانشگاه یزد.

2 استادیار، دانشگاه یزد.

چکیده

دانش به عنوان مهمترین جنبه رقابتی آن سازمان را قادر می سازد تا بهره ور باشد و از محصولات و خدمات رقابتی رها شود. یکی از پایه های افزایش بهره وری مدیریت دانش، چابک بودن مؤثر است. حجم بالای توسعه ادبیات در حوزه مدیریت دانش و چابکی سازمانی، اهمیت این دو مقوله را نشان می ده . ما در این مقاله، شکلی از همگرایی این دو را از این نظر که ابعاد آنها قویاً با یکدیگر ارتباط دارند، مورد آزمون قرار می دهیم و استدلال می کنیم که چابکی سازمانی زمانی حاصل می شود که مدیریت دانش، از هر حیث، در حال تعادل باش . شرکت های نساجی شهرستان یزد به عنوان مورد مطالعه انتخاب شدند و وضعیت چابکی و مدیریت دانش در آن ها )با کمک پرسش نامه) ارزیابی شد . این مقاله به بیان دستاوردهای این بررسی می پردازد.

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