The Performance Of Knowledge Transfers In University

Siti Nur Azizah

Abstract


The aim of this study is expected to be able to answer the research problem is how to improve the performance of knowledge transfer in the public sector. The sampling technique used in this study is the purposive sampling method.  This manner takes 100 samplSe with a specific set of criteria education staff with a bachelor's degree in five colleges located in Kebumen District, Center Java, Indonesia. The result of the data processing with SPSS 25 shows that partially, the quality of human resource management and information technology competence had a positive effect on the quality of knowledge assets. The result showed that the quality of knowledge assets had positive effects on the performance of knowledge transfer.  Finally, quality of knowledge assets roles as an intervening roles in this research


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performance of knowledge transfer, the quality of human resource management, quality of knowledge assets, information technology competence

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