Specification of a model for the study of management culture

Arturo Sánchez Sánchez

Abstract


Six explanatory paths of knowledge management organizations tend to balance the opportunities and capabilities through motivational leadership processes are specified. A non - experimental and documentary study was carried out with a selection of sources indexed and registered in ISSN-DOI. From the theoretical, conceptual and empirical frameworks model dependency relationships between variables determining -rules, values, beliefs, perceptions - regarding knowledge management specified. Under the model explains the balance between power relations and influence between leader and followers, motivational order mediating variables -an attitude, intention, skill and knowledge- included. In connection with the proposals of the state of knowledge and the literature reviewed, the relevance of the model compared to other more diverse and comprehensive proposals discussed.


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specification, model, culture, management, determinants mediation

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DOI: https://doi.org/10.31876/er.v3i31.688

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