Date Added: Feb 2010
Today, the key global pressure on management practices is knowledge identification, creation, innovation, dissemination, and development of talent. Workforce diversity in globalized business reflects a multitude of cultural and ethnic backgrounds necessitate aligning corresponding differences in knowledge management practices. Keeping in view the theoretical and empirical importance, the present study investigates the predicting role of culture attributes (Collaboration, Formalization, Trust and Learning) with reference to knowledge management practices (Knowledge Creation). The study was carried out on purposively selected sample of 813 corporate sector employees at different managerial positions.