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dc.contributor.authorArias-Pérez, José Enrique
dc.contributor.authorDurango-Yepes, Carlos Mario
dc.date2015-06-01
dc.identifierhttps://revistas.unilibre.edu.co/index.php/entramado/article/view/1212
dc.identifier10.18041/entramado.2015v11n1.21112
dc.descriptionThe purpose of this article is to explore the Knowledge Management Maturity Model (KMMM) in big companies that are pioneers in the implementation of KM practices in Medellin, Colombia. The KMMM integrates the Funcionalist and Interpretivist perspectives on knowledge management and consists of four key areas: Organization and People, Processes, Technology, and Interpretation. Cluster analysis helped establishing the ranges of the five maturity levels: Initial, Awareness, Defined, Managed, and Optimized. The results showed that only two companies overcame the “Defined” level, and the best performance was achieved in the Technology key area. In conclusion, the companies have difficulties at going further the implementation of basic KM initiatives and achieving a higher level of maturity associated with the articulation of KM practices with business processes and a higher degree of appropriation and usage by individuals. This may occur because of the preponderance of the Functionalist approach in the business context and the low level of penetration and integration with the Interpretivist perspective of KM.  en-US
dc.descriptionEl propósito del artículo es analizar la madurez de gestión del conocimiento (GC) de grandes empresas que han sido pioneras en la implementación de prácticas de GC en Medellín, Colombia. Para ello, se desarrolla un modelo de madurez que integra las perspectivas de GC: funcionalista e interpretativa; además, comprende cuatro áreas claves: Organización y Personas, Procesos, Tecnología, e Interpretación y una escala de madurez. En cuanto a lo metodológico, el análisis Clúster permitió establecer los rangos de los cinco niveles de madurez: Inicial, consciencia, definido, gestionado y optimizado. Los resultados muestran que sólo dos empresas superaron el nivel definido, y los mejores resultados se obtuvieron en el área clave Tecnología. En conclusión, las empresas tienen dificultades para ir más allá de la implementación de las prácticas básicas de GC, y lograr un mayor nivel de madurez asociado a la articulación de las prácticas de GC con los procesos de negocio, y a un mayor uso y apropiación por parte de los individuos. Lo anterior, puede derivarse de la preponderancia del enfoque funcionalista de GC y el bajo nivel de penetración e integración con la perspectiva interpretativa.es-ES
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dc.sourceEntramado; Vol 11 No 1 (2015): Entramado; 94-104en-US
dc.sourceEntramado; Vol. 11 Núm. 1 (2015): Entramado; 94-104es-ES
dc.sourceEntramado; v. 11 n. 1 (2015): Entramado; 94-104pt-BR
dc.source2539-0279
dc.source1900-3803
dc.subjectGestión del conocimientoes-ES
dc.subjectmodelos de madurezes-ES
dc.subjectgestión de innovaciónes-ES
dc.subjectmadurez de gestión del conocimientoes-ES
dc.subjectprácticas de gestión del conocimientoes-ES
dc.titleExploring knowledge management maturity from funcionalist and interpretivist perspectivesen-US
dc.titleAproximación a la madurez de gestión del conocimiento desde las perspectivas funcionalista e interpretativaes-ES
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