Date of Award
Master of Science
Department of Systems Engineering and Management
Daniel T. Holt, PhD
Academics and practitioners have described knowledge as a primary source for competitive advantage for organizations; however, many attempts at instituting knowledge management programs to increase organizational competitiveness do not succeed. Instituting knowledge management programs generally requires organizations to make significant changes and the concept of readiness has long been believed to be an important precondition for successful organizational change. By linking previous research in enablers for knowledge management and organizational change, it is possible to adapt an established organizational change readiness instrument to measure readiness for knowledge management. This study culminates in the development and field-testing of the resultant knowledge management readiness instrument, filling in an important gap in contemporary literature.
DTIC Accession Number
Bailey, Landon C., "Refinement of an Instrument to Assess Readiness for Knowledge Management" (2007). Theses and Dissertations. 3044.