Measuring Knowledge Management Capability Condition on the Support of Marine and Fishery Resources Utilisation

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Roberto M. K. Teniwut, Cawalinya L. Hasyim, Wellem A. Teniwut

Abstract. Economically and ecologically, marine environment plays an important role in all aspects of our life. Throughout human existence, we have relied on the marine environment for food, recreational activities, economic opportunities, and so on. For that reason, it is vital to protect, sustain, and improve the coastal zone as an aquatic resources and a habitat for wildlife. Managing coastal zones require involvements from many different stakeholders; however, the integration of all knowledge types — including local expertise and scientific knowledge — with the policymaking is not without challenges. This paper looks at the resource based capability and knowledge based capability perspectives in measuring the effectiveness of knowledge management in a rural coastal region, Southeast Maluku district. This research uses stepwise regression analysis method with 253 respondents. The results of this study indicate that resources based and knowledge based capabilities in this region are effective in supporting the application of knowledge capability management. However, the ability to obtain information and utilise information has not significantly impacted the development of knowledge capability management of fishery resources and marine in this region at the time of writing.

Paper type: Research paper

Key Words: Knowledge Management; Resources Based Capability; Knowledge Based Capability; Rural Coastal Regions, Southeast Maluku; Archipelago; Fishery

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