Knowledge Management and its Impact on Employee Conduct in Ensuring Safe Operations of Construction Facilities

Keywords: knowledge management, save operations, diagnostic tests


The issue of knowledge management of organization employees is a relatively new area of scientific interest. This increase results from the growing complexity and complexity of the organization and its environment, which directly translates into an increase in the demand for new knowledge, attitudes and behaviors necessary to maintain or improve the quality of services provided. A company that uses the processes of acquiring, processing, sharing, disseminating and implementing organizational knowledge in a conscious and methodical manner becomes an "intelligent organization". This article adopts the definition of an intelligent organization, according to which an intelligent organization smoothly modifies its attitudes and behaviors, adequately to the acquired knowledge and changes in the external environment. Due to the fact that specialized processes related to the creation, creation and transfer of knowledge take place in it, learning of all its members is facilitated. Shaping employees' attitudes, understood as a conscious influence in order to consolidate or change them so that they are conducive to the safe operation of building objects, should be of significant importance for every organization. Attitude is related to behavior, which is the most elementary form of human activity, which is externally observable. The issue of shaping organizational attitudes and behaviors is connected with the necessity to consider the factors that trigger the process of change. It is important to diagnose whether the engine of changes is the person with a specific attitude or elements from his environment. The article presents a theoretical introduction, the results of diagnostic tests and the results of the research, proposed actions shaping the attitudes and behavior of employees regarding the safe operation of buildings, based on the example of Komunalny Przedsiębiorstwo Komunikacyjne sp. z o.o.

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