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Fall 9-27-2019

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Abstract

This research discusses the process of knowledge sharing at World Wildlife Fund for Nature Indonesia (WWF Indonesia). The purposes of this research were to describe the processes, driving factors, and barriers that influence the knowledge sharing in WWF Indonesia. This research was a qualitative study with a case study as method. The results of this study indicate that the process of knowledge sharing in WWF Indonesia is divided into three processes; the first process is identification, the second process is the assessment of the availability of knowledge, and the last process is the creation of knowledge sharing programs. The knowledge sharing programs at WWF Indonesia include sharing sessions, workshops, and Community of Practices. In addition, there are also supporting factors for knowledge sharing in the form of organizational structure and good relations between top management and other members. The obstacles found were lack of motivation to share, lack of management’s monitoring, and inadequate internet networks.

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