Mohammad Jafar Arif , Ahmed Mohammed Al-Zahrani (King Abdulaziz University-Jeddah SAUDI ARABIA)
Disciplinary: Management Science.
Keywords: intellectual capital investment; investment planning; investment decision making; knowledge investment; partnership support
Public sector organizations in Saudi Arabia face a lack of government support for the use of new technologies, a lack of awareness of knowledge, and a lack of leadership support. Accordingly, the current study seeks to verify The Ingredients for the Success of Knowledge Management Application in Supporting Investment in Saudi Universities in accordance with the Kingdom's vision 2030. The study used the descriptive survey method, which depends on reviewing previous literature on the subject of the study, analyzing its results, in addition to reviewing records and documents related to the employment of universities for knowledge management and its impact on its investment, in addition to preparing a questionnaire tool that achieves the objectives of the study and answers its questions. Content analysis was used. The study reached several results, the most important of which are: Many ingredients must be met for the success of the application of knowledge management in supporting investment in Saudi universities according to the vision of the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia 2030. Focusing on efforts to support innovation in Saudi universities through the formation of knowledge experiences that support innovation, emphasizing the provision of products that meet customer expectations, and encouraging and experimenting with new ideas.
Paper ID: 13A3T
Cite this article:
Arif, M.J., Zahrani A.M.A. (2022). The Ingredients for the Success of Knowledge Management Application in Supporting Investment in Saudi Universities According to the Vision of the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia 2030. International Transaction Journal of Engineering, Management, & Applied Sciences & Technologies, 13(3), 13A3T, 1-10. http://TUENGR.COM/V13/13A3T.pdf DOI: 10.14456/ITJEMAST.2022.62