The purpose of this research is to explore the possible relationship between the successful im-plementation of knowledge management technology and specific organizational culture orientations. Data used to test hypothesis derived for this research were obtained from 227 responders from the Organizational Culture Profile (OCP) survey instruments and 67 responders from the Knowledge Man-agement Technology Profile (KMTP) survey instruments representing 26 separate organizations. The OCP provides a profile of an organization's culture orientations while the KMTP provides a profile of the organization's degree of the KM technology implementation success. The results of this research suggests that employees of organization which are more successful in implementing KM technology have identified organizational cultures that embody a healthy mixture of both production-oriented and people-oriented attributes indicative of the culture orientation.
2. Research Attributes and Finding measurements
3. Research Questions and Hypotheses
4. Research Methodology
5. Research Findingsfrom Empirical Analysis
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5.2 Data Analysis
6. Conclusions and Recommendations