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THE RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN COMPONENTS OF KNOWLEDGE MANAGEMENT AND ORGANIZATIONAL INTELLIGENCE IN THE SCHOOLS OF ISFAHAN UNIVERSITY OF MEDICAL SCIENCES

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 Start Page 673 | End Page 680

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 Introduction: Much of activities in today’s world are based on information and less time is dedicated to gain experience and knowledge. Therefore, different organizations compete based on their knowledge. In such a situation, KNOWLEDGE MANAGEMENT provides necessary tools to improve the performance of human resources and creates competitive advantages. This paper sought to determine the relationship between the components of KNOWLEDGE MANAGEMENT and organizational INTELLIGENCE in schools of Isfahan University of Medical Sciences, Iran.Methods: This descriptive, correlational study included the employees of different schools at Isfahan University of Medical Sciences (n=380) during 2009-2010 from which 130 subjects were selected using stratified random sampling. Data was collected by a researcher-developed questionnaire and the Organizational INTELLIGENCE Survey provided by Karl Albrecht. Both face and content validity were assessed to determine the validity of the questionnaire. In addition, reliability of the questionnaire was confirmed by Cronbach’s alpha coefficient (r1=0.86, r2=0.92). Data was analyzed using SPSS16 at two levels of descriptive and inferential statistics.Results: KNOWLEDGE MANAGEMENT and organizational INTELLIGENCE levels were less than the average level. A significant correlation was found between scores of KNOWLEDGE MANAGEMENT and organizational INTELLIGENCE components. Moreover, the mean difference of components of KNOWLEDGE MANAGEMENT and organizational INTELLIGENCE based on demographic characteristics was significant at a level of P£0.05.Conclusion: Organizational INTELLIGENCE among the schools of Isfahan University of Medical Sciences would be improved by means of application of up-to-date knowledge, distribution, exchange and sharing knowledge, and awareness of environmental factors.

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