Abobakr Aljuwaiber

Abobakr Aljuwaiber
Taibah University · Applied College; Department of Administrative and Financial Sciences and technologies

PhD of Knowledge Management

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Increasing amounts of information and diverse formats have forced organizations to create large data repositories in response to the information explosion in the 21st century. As a result, the model of a data warehouse has been introduced to define a large data repository. The purpose of this article is to describe the principles of data warehousin...
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The wise leadership in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia pays great attention to Hajj, Umrah and visit, as the Kingdom’s Vision 2030 emphasized the importance of digital transformation in Hajj, Umrah and visitation to contribute to providing the best services, and facilitating the performance of rituals during Hajj and Umrah. The vision also included inc...
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The rapid spread of the global COVID-19 pandemic has raised significant challenges for various sectors. The education sector has been significantly affected by this crisis, forcing schools and universities to transfer teaching to online learning. This study explores the views of students in the Department of Administrative and Financial Sciences an...
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Learning the concept of organizational communities of practice (OCoP) is very effective but too complicated when it comes to implementation. Challenges arise when cultivating OCoPs and creating effective communication processes, particularly within an organization that has a traditional hierarchy. Literature on knowledge management (KM) fails to pr...
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Education delivers concepts and principles to students over their course of study and positively impacts their personal development. This research explores student perceptions of the influence of a Total Quality Management (TQM) course on their attitudes toward various aspects of everyday life. The critical contribution of this paper is that it emp...
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Purpose This paper aims to offer a wider examination of the research concerning entrepreneurship characteristics in the Middle East and North Africa (MENA) region via a review of recent studies relevant to this topic. Research publications concerning entrepreneurship within the MENA region evidence growing interest in this field of study, with the...
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Purpose This paper is an empirical study examining how sectoral committees function as knowledge networks within CCIs in Saudi Arabia. It employs the Madinah Chambers of Commerce and Industry (MCCI) branch as a case study. The research examines the influence of individual factors (taking pleasure in helping others, knowledge of self-efficacy, and o...
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The purpose of this paper is to bring to light a new perspective on the transformational role of universities by considering knowledge strategies for increasing research and academic capabilities. Change usually comes about because of a crisis in an organization; however, such change can also be due to permanent competition and rapid developments....
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Knowledge sharing is indispensable for business organisations. The construction industry is one of the sectors in which intensive knowledge is spread across project-based teams. This study sheds light on which method is better for knowledge sharing within construction organisations: technology-based or face-to-face meetings. This research aims to u...
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Knowledge sharing increases the utilization of members’ knowledge and experience and is indispensable for developing businesses. Sectoral committees within chambers of commerce and industry (CCIs) are rich in experiences, knowledge, and information which benefit businesses and sectors. Research regarding knowledge sharing within chambers of commerc...
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Purpose This paper aims to review the research and to summarise the evidence on communities of practice (CoPs) as a tool for sharing knowledge. It will highlight the related literature from the past two decades by looking at potential barriers, solutions and influential factors regarding CoPs within business organisations. Design/methodology/appro...
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This paper is a reflection on my own experience learning-by-doing while I was an international student studying on an MBA programme in the UK. It adopts Gibbs' reflective model in an attempt to present a clear vision of my experience of engaging in two consultancy projects as part of the MBA programme. This article also attempts to review the consu...
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Motivated by the knowledge economy, globalisation and innovation, companies seek new ways to enhance knowledge creation and sharing to achieve organisational objectives. In recent years, the notion of communities of practice (CoPs) has burgeoned, with large business organisations increasingly creating and supporting CoPs actively, particularly as a...
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The global shift from industrial revolution to information revolution has made sophisticated technology and knowledge economy vital for shaping personal development, corporate success and national prosperity. Motivated by knowledge economy, globalisation, and innovation, companies seek new ways to enhance knowledge creation, transferring and sharin...
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The burgeoning notion of Communities of Practice (CoPs) has in recent years encouraged companies to intentionally create and sustain CoPs, particularly as Knowledge Management (KM) initiatives. Existing research suggests that intentionally established intra-organisational CoPs could enhance knowledge-sharing interaction, organisational innovation,...
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Motivated by knowledge economy, globalisation and innovation, companies seek new ways to enhance knowledge sharing for improving organisational performance. In recent years, the notion of Communities of Practice (CoPs) has burgeoned, with business organisations increasingly creating and supporting CoPs actively, particularly as a knowledge manageme...

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