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A Review of Implementation of Knowledge Management Models in the Organizations

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During crises and other extreme weather events citizens need instructional information in order to learn about risks and take protective action. Although prior studies have employed various theoretical perspectives to explain user resistance behavior, the research on the resistance to KMS has been lacking. It includes information related to varieties of disasters, roles descriptions, plans and operations. The results indicate that loss aversion, transition costs and social norms have a positive effect on KMS resistance intention. Meanwhile, inertia positively moderates the impact of status quo bias (i.e., loss aversion, transition costs and social norms) on KMS resistance intention. If managers better understand the mechanisms and antecedents of KMS resistance, they can take actions to reduce the employee's perceived status quo bias or inertia to reduce resistance behavior. Conclusion Based on empirical findings from previous studies, the objective of this work was to analysis, synthesize and present a comprehensive SLR on the role of information, knowledge and collaboration in decision-making for internationalization processes of SMEs.

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