Research Days 2023 Poster Sessions

Historical Perspective on GA Collective Bargaining

Author/ Authors/ Presenter/ Presenters/ Panelists:

Melanie Whitelow, Governors State UniversityFollow

Location

GSU Library

Start Date

3-31-2023 11:45 AM

End Date

3-31-2023 1:15 PM

Abstract

KS enables a collaboration and communication within a higher educational institution between faculty, staff, and students. With the support of KM processes and IT advances, KS contributes to organizational performance in higher educational institutions. Empirical studies have primarily focused on KS of private organizations from a wide range of business sectors. The research problem that is addresses the barriers to IT supporting KS of administrators at higher education institution. Therefore, there are very few studies that focus on KS in public higher education institutions (Vu & Yazdani, 2021). Previous studies have focused on KS of faculty and academic staff, neglecting administrator’s KS in institutions (Syed et al., 2021). Administrators are considered those whose positions are not contingent upon being a faculty member. It is imperative to examine the mechanisms that support KS of higher education institutions’ administrators. This class of employees are responsible for conducting business on behalf of the institution. They are involved in aspects of the university that is outside of academia which can include financial services, procurement, public safety, information technology, and budget and business planning.

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Mar 31st, 11:45 AM Mar 31st, 1:15 PM

Historical Perspective on GA Collective Bargaining

GSU Library

KS enables a collaboration and communication within a higher educational institution between faculty, staff, and students. With the support of KM processes and IT advances, KS contributes to organizational performance in higher educational institutions. Empirical studies have primarily focused on KS of private organizations from a wide range of business sectors. The research problem that is addresses the barriers to IT supporting KS of administrators at higher education institution. Therefore, there are very few studies that focus on KS in public higher education institutions (Vu & Yazdani, 2021). Previous studies have focused on KS of faculty and academic staff, neglecting administrator’s KS in institutions (Syed et al., 2021). Administrators are considered those whose positions are not contingent upon being a faculty member. It is imperative to examine the mechanisms that support KS of higher education institutions’ administrators. This class of employees are responsible for conducting business on behalf of the institution. They are involved in aspects of the university that is outside of academia which can include financial services, procurement, public safety, information technology, and budget and business planning.