Knowledge sharing for enhanced performance in the HEIs using a conceptual framework
AffiliationUniversity of Bedfordshire
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AbstractKnowledge sharing is an essential management practice that provides a sustainable competitive advantage in a vibrant and dynamic economy (Kaur, 2019). To achieve an enhanced performance in the Higher Education Institutions (HEIs), it is essential to make sure that the teaching and learning system is determined by knowledge sharing approach (Nair and Munusami, 2019). The Higher Education Institutions are required to consider how they could better share knowledge from experts who have it to learners who need to get the best of such expertise (Darling-Hammond et al., 2019). This study examines the knowledge sharing behaviour among academics and leaners in the HEIs by providing a better understanding for their enhanced performance. This is aimed to comprehend the individual acts of knowledge creation and the collective efforts of knowledge sharing adapted in the HEIs towards continuous improvement. A literature review is carried out to propose a conceptual framework of knowledge sharing for enhanced performance in the HEIs.
CitationKhilji N, Duan Y, Tehrani J (2021) 'Knowledge sharing for enhanced performance in the HEIs using a conceptual framework', Journal of Higher Education Theory and Practice, 21 (4), pp.-.
PublisherNorth American Business Press
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