The purpose of this study is to improve the quality of education, research and its contribution towards the development of institutions in Pakistan. The population in this study was public universities recognized by higher education commission Pakistan. The unit of analysis was vice chancellor, deans, heads of department and lecturers. A purposive sampling technique was used to fill the close-ended questionnaires. The collected responses analysed by implementing, Pearson correlation and multiple linear regression models. The result showed that knowledge creation, knowledge sharing and knowledge transfer has significant positive correlation and positive impact on the institutional learning in public universities of Pakistan. There is need to establish and promote knowledge creation, sharing, and transferring culture in universities by the policymakers and management of universities. Constructive arrangements to promulgate the knowledge culture can play its role in upgrading the quality of education, research, and solidarity. The previous research does not show statistical analysis of knowledge creation, sharing, and transferring collectively to estimate its effect on institutional learning in the perspective of public universities in Pakistan.
Zeeshan Ahmad, Saadia Jahanzaib, Sikandar Hayat, Reema Khan. Role of knowledge creation, sharing and transfer towards institutional learning in Punjab, Pakistan. International Journal of Commerce and Management Research, Volume 3, Issue 12, 2017, Pages 34-36