Muhamad Ali, Hafizi and Mohammad Yusof, Zawiyah
Teknologi pengurusan pengetahuan (TPP): Pengaruh sikap, norma subjektif dan persepsi kawalan gelagat.
International Journal of Management Studies (IJMS), 14 (1).
This study adopted Ajzen’s Behaviour Planning Theory and Rogers’s Innovation Diffusion Theory in identifying whether attitude, subjective norms dan behaviour control perception have any influences on the acceptance of knowledge management technology (KMT) among knowledge workers in
Malaysia. The study specifically focuses on the KMT as this technology seems to be currently applicable to most organisations. A survey adopting questionnaires as the instrument for data collection was used involving 162
respondents. Findings showed that both attitude and behaviour control perception are more significant in accepting KMT compared to social influence.Specifically, relative advantage perception, suitability, trialability and risk are also influencing the acceptance of KMT. The feel of confidence in KMT and the support from the government in the implementation of the k-economy
are among other factors significant to the KMT acceptance.
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