THE SECOND ORDER CONFIRMATORY FACTOR ANALYSIS FOR KNOWLEDGE MANAGEMENT IN SMALL AND MEDIUM ENTERPRISES IN NAKHON PATHOM PROVINCE
Keywords:Second Order Confirmatory Factor Analysis, Knowledge Management, Small and Medium Enterprises
This research article aimed at investigating second order confirmatory factor analysis for knowledge management in small and medium enterprises in Nakhon Pathom Province. The samples were 376 small and medium entrepreneurs. The convenience sampling method was employed to collect the data and the data collection used questionnaires. The study result indicated that knowledge management in small and medium enterprises in Nakhon Pathom Province was comprised with knowledge exchange, knowledge storage, and knowledge utilization. In addition, knowledge management in small and medium enterprises in Nakhon Pathom Province was also statistically significant. The research result can contribute the guideline for the enterprise to develop their knowledge management. Also, the future research was also suggested.
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