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|Title:||Emerging personal intelligence in collective goals: Data analysis on the bottom-up approach from PKM to OKM||Authors:||Ismail, S.
|Keywords:||Organisational knowledge management
Personal knowledge management
|Issue Date:||2013||Journal:||Journal of Knowledge Management||Abstract:||Purpose: A pattern of personal intelligence is seen emerging from the concept of agent-mediated personal knowledge management (PKM) in achieving collective organisational goals. The purpose of this paper is to present the results of surveys undertaken to prove this emergence. Design/methodology/approach: A quantitative analysis supported by a qualitative analysis was conducted across three main industries in Malaysia, namely manufacturing, service and education. The triangulation of analysis is based on the four proposed hypotheses. Findings: From these analyses, it was discovered that the emergence of personal intelligence is embedded within the collaborative interactions amongst software agents, and between agents and human knowledge workers. All the hypotheses are supported by the results of the surveys which manifest organisational knowledge management (OKM) practices as a consequence of the agent-mediated PKM processes. Research limitations/implications: This research focused on the PKM in Malaysia, where the level of KM implementation varies among the organisations. The results may not reflect other developing countries due to the socio-cultural differences amongst the knowledge workers. Practical implications: The results from this paper can be used either to relook and reanalyse the existing organisational KM system or to plan and design a KM system for organisations that have not implemented any. Originality/value: The focus on personal intelligence and agent-mediated PKM contribute to further development of agent-based system that animates these theories in the real working environment. © Emerald Group Publishing Limited.||URI:||https://www.scopus.com/inward/record.uri?eid=2-s2.0-84886574442&doi=10.1108%2fJKM-08-2013-0313&partnerID=40&md5=3be64a561e6f615631906a53ba557d87
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