Level of Satisfaction with Activities Sharing Session

Authors

  • Aulia Ferina Sendhitasari Telkom University
  • Fairuz Zahirah Lidanta Telkom University
  • Syifa Aria Salsabila Telkom University
  • Rizki Sadewa Telkom University
  • Hanif Fakhrurroja National Research and Innovation Agency Republic of Indonesia

Keywords:

Knowledge Management, People Development Strategy, Sharing Session, Decision Making

Abstract

Human resource strategy development (people development) is a critical aspect in the growth and success of an organization, especially in the field of IT consulting to foster talent, encourage innovation, and improve overall organizational performance. Sharing session, as a form of interactive learning, offers a platform for employees to exchange ideas, best practices, and lessons learned, facilitating the development of a knowledgeable and adaptable workforce. Sharing sessions helping companies create an environment where knowledge can be shared, accessed, and used effectively by all members of the organization is the goal of knowledge management itself. This research was conducted using qualitative methods through a survey of employees, especially for the IT consulting industry to see the effect of sharing sessions in decision making which is then validated through a survey of top management to see satisfaction with the accuracy of employees in making decisions

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Published

2024-06-23

How to Cite

Sendhitasari, A. F., Lidanta, F. Z., Salsabila, S. A., Sadewa, R., & Fakhrurroja, H. (2024). Level of Satisfaction with Activities Sharing Session. Acceleration, Quantum, Information Technology and Algorithm Journal, 1(1), 1–5. Retrieved from https://journal.yasib.com/index.php/aqila/article/view/22