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The aim of this research is to analyze the relationship between knowledge sharing and organizational innovation .in according to absorb knowledge ability (realized, potentially) in IRAN customs and the single –stage cluster random sampling method was used field study used to gather data and to measure the response the 5-choice Likret scale was used. this questionnaire is standard and is taken from Andrawina & Govindarajo article (2009) and checked by specialists from stability and validity side to determine the validity ,content validity ,to test the stability of questionnaires Alfa Crunbakh method is used .based on kolmogroph –esmoronoph test is clear that variables are normally distributed. the analysis of this research data is by structural equation method and SPSS 19 and VPLS 1.04 soft ware. this research is consist of one major hypothesis and three subsidiary hypotheses. in main hypothesis, the ability to share knowledge and organizational innovation in according to absorbency (potentially-realized )is studied .and three subsidiary hypothesis is checked in a row .1.ability to share knowledge.2.the correlation between potential absorption and realized absorption 3.the correlation between realized absorption and organizational innovation capability is checked .
After investigating the results, that all main and subsidiary hypotheses show significant correlation ,between variable and are confirmed.
Key word : Nowledge manangment, knowledge sharing , absorb knowledge ability , Potential absorptive capacity, Realized absorptive cnapacity, organizational innovation, customs
Islamic Azad University
Faculty of Management & Accounting
Department of Business Management
Presented in partial fulfillment of the requirements
for (M.A.) degree
The Relationship between Knowledge Management and Organizational Innovaition in Customs.
Mehdi Majd Salimi
(Febuary ; 2015)
1- conu mikoria
2- Hutzchemreuter, T.and Kleindienst, L.
3-Liao, S.H & Fei, W.C & Chen, C.C.
4-Moreno and Montes, Fernandes
7-Cohen and Levinthal.
8-Potential absorptive capacity.
9-Realized absorptive capacity.
10-Gumusluoglu, Lale & Ilsev, Arzu.
11-Andrawina,L & Govindaraju,R.
12- Vanden Hooff, B & Van Weenen, F. De L.
13- Knowledge donating
23- Rowlands and Jeans and Walker.
25- T.H, Davenport & L,P
27- Alan Radding
31 -Explicit Knowledge
32 -Tacit Knowledge
33 -Nonaka & Konno
35- Karl Sveiby
37- Amin, A & Bargach, S & Donegan, J & others.
40-Barclay & Murray
43- Tuomi, Ilka
44- Row, Bob
46- Chen & Zhu and Xie .
47- Drucker, Piter
48-Lee, Howang & Jang, Young & gul, Kim.
49-Nonaka & Hedlund
54 -Lustri, Denise
56- Chase, R.
58-McAdam, Rodney & McCreedy, Sandra
59-Wilkinson & Willmott
63- Nonaka& Takeuchi
66 -Network and Repository
67 -Quddus, Mohammad
68-Sotriakoa, Tatiana & Zeppou, Mary
69 -Abou- Zeid, El-sayed
70 probst & Raub & Romhard
71 Grey, Denham
72 -Desouza, Kevin.
73 -Rozen & Furst & Blackburn.
74- Lin & Tan & Chang.
77- Knowledge Sharing.
78- Szulanski & Cappetta & Jensen.
79- knowledge transfer
80 -knowledge exchange
81 -Krogh, G.
82-Conner, K. R & Prahalad, C. K.
83- Liebowitz, J.
85 -Wenger, R & McDermott, R & Snyder, W. M
86- Mei, Y. M & Lee, S. T & Al-Hawamdeh, S.
87 -Widen-Wulff, G & Ginman, M.
89- Pulakos & Dorsey & Borman.
90 -Vanden Hooff, B & Van Weenen, F. De L.
91- Absorptive Capacity
92- Cohen and Levinthal.
93 -Minbaeva, D; Pedersen, T; Bjorkman, I; Fey, C. F; Park, H. J.
94- Lenox, M & King, A.
95 -Rothaermel, F & Thursby, M.
96- Harrington,S. J; Guimaraes, T.
97- Bassellier, G & Reich, B. H & Benbasat, I.