The Relationship Between Organizational Culture and Knowledge Management in Tequila Companies from Mexico
Keywords:organizational culture, knowledge management, tequila, Mexico
The purpose of this research is to determine the degree of association between organizational culture and knowledge management. Using a quantitative and cross-sectional design, the Pearson correlation coefficient was used to assess the relationship between variables, as well as a hierarchical multiple regression in order to measure the potential impact of organizational culture on knowledge management. To test some hypotheses, a sample of 39 tequila business organizations from the state of Jalisco was obtained, whose results provided empirical evidence that organizational culture can associate and explain to knowledge management.
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