Knowledge Management & E-Learning: An International Journal (KM&EL), Vol 8, No 3 (2016)

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Implementing Moodle for e-learning for a successful knowledge management strategy

Dana Tessier, Kimiz Dalkir

Abstract


A knowledge management strategy was implemented in a call centre organization. Part of this strategy included an e-learning tool ‘Moodle’ to support employee training and knowledge management (KM) initiatives. The research looked at the ways in which the e-learning tool could be used to help successfully implement the knowledge management strategy – specifically, to improve knowledge transfer between employees, improve individual and organizational performance and have a better understanding of the critical success factors involved for the KM strategy. The study analyzed three different methods of knowledge transfer to determine which resulted in the highest frequency of use for the knowledge repository. The results showed that by using e-learning, the knowledge repository had a high frequency of use and this shows that e-learning was a successful method of knowledge transfer. To keep employees functioning at an optimal level, employers will need to ensure knowledge management, training, and performance management strategies are aligned, measurable and maximized.

 

 


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Knowledge Management & E-Learning: An International Journal (KM&EL)
ISSN 2073-7904

 

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