This research seeks to examine the knowledge management (KM) factors affecting British educational partnerships operating within the HE/FE sector. Authors of this research made use of an existing model, first presented by Reid et al. (2001) which discussed KM within the stages of a partnership formulation. That model was used in order to further expand the understanding from a KM point of view of an HE partnership. Doing so, enabled the authors to produce a new model that indicates the KM factors found in each of the partnership formulation stages proposed in that Reid et al. (2001) model. The research was conducted on a qualitative basis embracing a case study approach which consisted of three British educational institutions working in partnership. The 21 semi structured interviews extracted information from the executive managers and managers who initiated and led the partnership but also administrative staff whom have had a crucial role in facilitating the integration of the partnership and collaborative practices.
|Journal||International Journal of Knowledge Management Studies|
|Publication status||Published - 1 Jan 2018|