A Study to Identify the Forces Behind KMS Implementation in Indian B-Schools


Vaishali Kulkarni


Knowledge Management System has considered as a tool of TQM in business sector as well as education sector. Knowledge processes are becoming a vital part for success in organizations. There are various stimuli and forces behind KMS implementation as to increase efficiency by using knowledge to improve overall academic processes, to protect your organization from loss of knowledge due to employee, to encourage employees’ participation and innovation in the processes, to improve decision making ability etc. The research paper aims to identify the forces of KMS implementation in B schools and the reasons behind KMS implementation.


How to Cite
Kulkarni, V. (2020). A Study to Identify the Forces Behind KMS Implementation in Indian B-Schools. NLDIMSR Innovision Journal of Management Research, 4(1-2), 7–15. Retrieved from https://nldinnovision.com/index.php/nldimsr/article/view/43


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