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|Title:||An Innovative Framework Applied to Elementary Schools: A Case Study of the Gaps Knowledge Management|
Department od Education, NTNU
While school principals and directors are putting more emphasis on knowledge management activities, it is the right time for elementary schools to put knowledge management (KM) into practice. The school administrators hope to improve school effectiveness through the activities KM. However, when implementing KM, there are some obstacles leading to gaps that may influence school effectiveness. In view of such problems, this research proposed an innovative framework of ‘‘the gaps KM’’ to fully illustrate the management gaps that might occur during the process of KM. The content-analysis approach combined with the thematic analysis was implemented in the study. Through in-depth interviews with principals and directors of six schools, we explored the cause of these gaps and approaches to reducing these gaps. This research identified a comprehensive set of factors according to the management point of view that could potentially impact the magnitude or direction of these gaps and the corrective action for enhancing the success of the process of KM. This framework is expected to provide a convenient way to verify gaps KM and, thus, schools can make corrections and adjustments accordingly to enhance the chances of success when implementing KM.
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