Suchitra Veeravalli

Suchitra Veeravalli
Indian Institute of Technology Madras | IIT Madras · Department of Management Studies

Doctor of Philosophy

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Knowledge management systems (KMS) are adopted with the aim of facilitating knowledge flow within the organization. However, it is seen that member participation on these platforms is limited. The objective of this work is to identify aspects that influence intention to seek knowledge on KMS. Antecedents to knowledge seeking behaviour were identifi...
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Purpose The purpose of this study is to understand factors that motivate an individual to seek knowledge on knowledge management systems. Specifically, the work seeks to clarify the impact of organizational practices on an individual’s intention to seek knowledge. The overarching theme is to broaden the current understanding of factors that impact...
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Introduction of Enterprise Social Media (ESM) in organizations is driven by a need to improve communication and knowledge sharing within the enterprise. Studies show that soon after ESM adoption, there is some initial enthusiasm and subsequently there is a perceptible drop in usage. A review of ESM literature in a morphological framework, with the...
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Introduction of Enterprise Social Media (ESM) in organizations is driven by a need to improve communication and knowledge sharing within the enterprise. Studies show that soon after ESM adoption, there is some initial enthusiasm and subsequently there is a perceptible drop in usage. A review of ESM literature in a morphological framework, with the...
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Unprecedented growth witnessed by knowledge economies have resulted in a need for workers who have a learning mindset and are adept at intellectual thinking and problem solving at work. Knowledge Management Systems (KMS) are introduced with the aim of providing knowledge workers opportunities to collaborate, share knowledge, and enhance the innovat...
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Knowledge Management Systems (KMS) are designed to encourage sharing of best practices and enable people access knowledge to enhance their ability to innovate. Active member participation and utilization of KMS is important to leverage knowledge. Several researchers have explored knowledge sharing behaviours of individuals; comparatively fewer stud...

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