Use of ICT in education improves the learning process and also helps the student in individual development through projects and assignments. They also concluded that ICT brings a positive impact on Education sector of Pakistan. It also enhance the education at local, regional and national level. Julius  studied the problems of disabled students in higher education. Availability of e-learning resourses and its accessability in case of availability are identifies as major problems.
In a study of six big American technology companies Akhavan et al. (2006) found that all the companies researched on regarded organizational culture as a critical success factor in knowledge management. This shows the importance of an enabling organisational culture to make KM a success. This is consistent with Nahapiet and Ghoshal; (1998) who state that in translation of individual learning into organisational capability in a knowledge sharing culture is key. In order to create a knowledge creating and sharing environment, individuals within the organisation need to be willing to share and integrate their knowledge.
A.C. 1.1 - Analyze the concept of culture to organizations. Culture is the way things are done. In an organization aspects of culture may be, how work should be done, how people will be controlled and then rewarded, collectively how everything will be organized in the organization. Culture is set of values, beliefs, and ways of thinking, which are followed by the organization and are taught to the newcomers as correct. Culture is basically that part of the organization that is not written anywhere but is felt by the whole organization.
Culture serves to socialize new employees. It helps them understand how they should treat the customers, how they should treat each other, how they should act in their jobs, and how to generally fit in and be successful within the business. If managed properly, culture also improves the performance of the business. Culture is an important part of the overall strategy of the business and helps ensure a growing organization will continue to meet the expectations of customers that were established by the entrepreneur during the early start-up of the venture. For many businesses their success has been built on the entrepreneurial nature of the business.
ARTICLE 1: The objective of this article is to demonstrate the relationship of culture within organizational environment. Culture has an impact on employee’s performance, if they have the same values and norms they will be more committed with their work. This increase performance and helpful for organization in order to achieve their goals. Culture is the set of values, beliefs, and norms that influence the way employees think, feel, and behave in the workplace. Having same culture give employee’s the sense of identity, commitment with organization, reinforces values, and shape behavior.
All the enterprises operating globally need not have the same degree of cultural awareness. It is very important for a company to understand global cultures at different levels of involvement. Unless and until a company understands the global cultures at different levels, the process is incomplete. The further any company comes out from the sole function of doing domestic business, the more it should understand cultural differences. Moving out on more than one axis simultaneously creates the need for creating cultural awareness even more necessary.
Abstract: Across centuries, knowledge was proved as a key organizational source of success in all fields and its necessity is being recognized by both individuals and the organizations. Knowledge sharing is the fundamental to generate new ideas and develop new business opportunities through which employees can contribute to knowledge application, innovation, and ultimately the competitive advantage of the organization. Despite the fact, KS does not come easy. Though, it needs the capability and the willingness of individuals to engage in KS which is better known as KSC. Upon a critical review on factors affecting KS, this paper attempts to review the technological factors that have been cited as significant in influencing employee’s knowledge
5.1.1 – Understanding culture a) Introduction: Culture plays an important role in organisations. People from different places gather at a venue, play together and work together. We all know that every person is different from the other in terms of thinking, behaviour, lifestyle and beliefs. Hence to work in any specific environment, one should know each other’s culture to keep the environment active and alive. In a global business scenario, it becomes important that the leader understands the culture of his own country as well as the culture of the foreign country.
One is ‘civilization’, the refinement of the mind, encompassing such things as literature and the arts, and the other one I “mindset” through which people behave, think and do. Culture is a bond that ties the people with the organization and, in the process, brings them together to pursue common goals and objectives. There are some elements which we need to keep in mind about culture i.e. communication, cultivated behavior, learned and accumulated experience, values, norms and many more. In today’s market scenario, it has become crucial to understand the importance of culture.
The objective of this article is to demonstrate the relationship of culture within organizational environment. Culture has an impact on employee’s performance, if they have the same values and norms they will be more committed with their work. This increase performance and helpful for organization in order to achieve their goals. Culture is the set of values, beliefs, and norms that influence the way employees think, feel, and behave in the workplace. Having same culture give employee’s the sense of identity, commitment with organization, reinforces values, and shape behavior.