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American Academic & Scholarly Research Journal
Number of Followers: 4  

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ISSN (Print) 2162-321X - ISSN (Online) 2162-3228
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  • Knowledge Management and Performance Improvement: A Scientific Review of
           Intellectual Production and Research Trends

    • Authors: Mohammed Abdullah Alzahrani, Prof. Mohammed Amin Marghalani
      Abstract: The success of the organization has been associated with the extent of its ability to exploit the knowledge it possesses and the extent of its ability to create new knowledge to be employed in devising work methods that give new outputs that work to meet its needs and achieve its goals. This study aims at identifying the importance of knowledge management and performance improvement in organizations and the employment of knowledge management processes in organizations. As well, it seeks to highlight the role that knowledge management processes play in improving performance. The importance of the study is in identifying the importance of knowledge management in public and private organizations and its role in improving their performance, as well as identifying research trends for knowledge management and performance improvement to serve as a guide for researchers in their future studies. The researchers used the documentary method. Thus, after reviewing the intellectual production, the study concluded that knowledge management is a topic that integrates with other modern intellectual topics in the field of management such as quality management and business re-engineering, which enhance the development of knowledge and contribute directly to improving the level of performance in organizations and to their goals achievement. The study recommended the necessity that the higher departments in organizations give a great importance to knowledge management because of its positive impact on improving overall performance in all aspects to raise the efficiency of the organization and increase its production. It is also very important to have strategic plans for knowledge employment through which organizations work in order to improve their practical capabilities.
      PubDate: 2022-01-21
      Issue No: Vol. 11 (2022)
       
  • Statistical Models for the Assessment of the Students for Undeveloped
           Country

    • Authors: Md. Shahidul Islam
      Abstract: In the study, we analyzed and evaluate some characteristics which have a high impact on obstacles in the education of the students and have shown a significant relationship with the obstacles that seriously impede the realization of future goals of schools.  Samples are taken from secondary and higher secondary schools in the Dhaka district of Bangladesh. The sample of the study consisted of 300 students who were randomly selected from 52 schools. The data were collected using a questionnaire from randomly selected samples and some questions were developed by using a five-point likert scale. The data collection pertaining to this study involves both primary and secondary methods. A questionnaire for such purpose is designed and some statistical methods are applied to analyze the collected data. Factor analysis is used to find out the significant factors from the data. We then developed some independent variables to show the significant relationship with the students’ degree of suffering from the problems encountered in their external readings. The technique of descriptive statistics such as mean and standard deviation are used to determine the variability of various obstacles of the students. We performed the analysis of variance for every independent variable and the results show that all the variables are highly significant with the external readings of the students. Finally the results of logistic regression tells us the offering variables have a positive impact on overall external readings and crucial for the students who are facing problems in education.
      PubDate: 2021-12-12
      Issue No: Vol. 11 (2021)
       
  • An Analysis of Knowledge Management Processes in intelligent chatbot
           Systems to Meet the Needs of The Government's sector Customers

    • Authors: Shayma Aljedaani, Prof. Abdalrashed Hafez
      Abstract: Artificial intelligence is one of the most notable elements of the Fourth Industrial Revolution, with government sectors adopting AI-supported systems such as intelligent chatbot systems to keep up with the digital transformation and meet the needs of their customers. It is vital to guarantee that these technologies are built on knowledge management processes in order to fully utilize them. This study aimed to analyze the knowledge management processes on which intelligent chatbot systems are based and supported by artificial intelligence techniques to meet the needs of customers of government ministries. The study used the content analysis approach, Drawing upon the literature review and analysis of knowledge management processes on which the intelligent chatbot Systems are based between (2007) until (2020). An application analysis content form was used as a tool for the study. The results of this study show that intelligent chatbot systems are based on the following processes: knowledge extraction, knowledge organization, knowledge storage, knowledge retrieval, knowledge update.
      PubDate: 2021-12-03
      Issue No: Vol. 11 (2021)
       
  • Hand hygiene, perceptions amongst health-care workers in Najran hospitals
           and primary health-care centers: a cross sectional study

    • Authors: Hussain Alyami, Nasser Alsharif, Hamzah Alsharif, Ali Karkaba, Thamer Aldebah, Ibrahim Al-Bakri, Noura Al-Hayek
      Abstract: This study evaluated the perceptions of healthcare professionals in Najran hospitals, Kingdom of Saudi Arabia, towards hand hygiene according to the World Health Organization (WHO) validated questionnaire. A total of 405 questionnaires were evaluated. The study participants had sufficient knowledge about the hand hygiene practices, in particular the importance of alcohol-based scrubbing in decreasing health-care associated infections. The health-care workers needed a better understanding about the infection prevention data in their particular institutions.

      PubDate: 2021-12-03
      Issue No: Vol. 11 (2021)
       
  • Infusion phlebitis, perceptions of risk factors among Nurses in the Najran
           hospitals; a cross sectional study

    • Authors: Hussain Alyami, Ali Alsharif, Khaled Al Waily, Saleh Al Kostban, Ali Karkaba, Mohamad Al Sharif, Bader Al Shoaibi
      Abstract: This study evaluated the perceptions of nurses for the risk factors of infusion phlebitis. A convenience sampling of hospital nurses from different departments and wards in Najran hospitals, Kingdom of Saudi Arabia, were recruited. A survey was conducted using a validated questionnaire measuring the nurses’ perceptions of the risk factors associated with infusion phlebitis. A total of 131 questionnaires were evaluated. The study participants had sufficient knowledge about the infusion phlebitis, in particular how big the problem is, risk factors associated with the increased risk of infusion phlebitis, and importance of some measures that can reduce the risk. The nurses needed an update about the updated CDC guidelines and research findings for some risk factors such as infusion rate, and time of infusion.

      PubDate: 2021-12-03
      Issue No: Vol. 11 (2021)
       
  • The structural model of the relations between knowledge management and the
           competitive advantage of the employees of Bupa Arabia for Cooperative
           Insurance Company in Jeddah

    • Authors: Sultan Obaid Alayadi, Prof. Mohammed Amin Marghalani
      Abstract: The study aimed at identifying the role that knowledge management processes play in competitive advantage by determining the nature of the direct impact of knowledge management processes (knowledge diagnosis, knowledge generation, knowledge storage, knowledge sharing, knowledge application, knowledge investment) on competitive advantage (cost leadership strategy, excellence strategy, focus strategy, and organizational creativity) among the employees of Bupa Arabia for Cooperative Insurance Company in Jeddah, Saudi Arabia. The sample consists of 243 employees of Bupa Arabia for Cooperative Insurance Company in Jeddah. A questionnaire was prepared including 37 items to measure knowledge management processes and 25 items to measure the dimensions of competitive advantage. The data was analyzed using the structural equation model through the MPLUS program (7). The results showed that there is a direct positive effect (β=0.94) of knowledge management processes on competitive advantage, and this indicates the importance of providing knowledge management processes in developing and strengthening competitive advantage in cooperative insurance companies. The results were discussed in light of previous studies.
      PubDate: 2021-12-03
      Issue No: Vol. 11 (2021)
       
 
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