State of the knowledge management in two groups of enterprises of state of Carabobo and state of Tamaulipas

Ana Emilia Cordero Borjas, Francisco García Fernández


The purpose of this paper is to determine the degree of implementation of the knowledge management process in two selected groups of companies of the states of Carabobo (Venezuela) and Tamaulipas (Mexico). A non-experimental research was made, with a transactional - correlational design, in which a questionnaire was used as instrument for recollection of information and it was applied to executives of the area of human resources or administration of 16 companies of the great industry which formed a part of a nonprobabilistic sample. From the obtained results, can be affirm that the various activities of the KM process are present in the administrative practice of the selected companies, and with almost no difference can be conclude that the Venezuelan companies have more homogenous answers and develop more activities of knowledge management than do the Mexican ones.


knowledge, knowledge management, knowledge management process

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Online ISSN: 1697-9818; Print ISSN: 2014-3214; DL: B-33375-2004

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