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Journal of Applied Sciences
Year: 2014  |  Volume: 14  |  Issue: 21  |  Page No.: 2745 - 2749

Study of the Relationship between Knowledge Management and Project Quality Management Considering the Key Knowledge Factors in Construction Industry

Heirsh Soltanpanah and Bahareh Vaisi    

Abstract: The purpose of this study is to analyze the relationship between knowledge management and project quality management and the effect of knowledge management on project quality management. This study determines the component of knowledge management and its highest effect on project quality management. Result show that the project quality management is affected by knowledge management. The conceptual model of this study for analyzing the relationship among these variables was designed and the model was used to analyze the relationship among these variables in construction industries of Kurdistan province. The statistical population of this study is 176 managers and experts from 444 companies and contractors. To test the conceptual model, structural equations and path analysis of LISREL were used. The result of the study indicated that knowledge management has positive and significant effects on key knowledge factors. And key knowledge factors has a significantly positive effect on project quality management. However, the influence of knowledge management on project quality management is not directly significant, the indirect influence of it through key knowledge factors in construction industry is positive and significant.

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