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Sulaiman, NIS; Burke, ME
Languages: English
Types: Unknown
Subjects: other, T, H1
This paper reports on an exploration of the critical success factors of knowledge sharing behaviour among Malaysian undergraduate students. The paper presents an overview of knowledge and knowledge sharing and then presents empirical case study evidence. The two case studies that were identified as accessible and important were that of the Malaysian undergraduate communities in Manchester, United Kingdom and that of a similar undergraduate community in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia. The research explored concerns about knowledge sharing behaviour and successful communication. This is an area which is of particular interest to the Malaysian government and so will have practical applications in the future.
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