The creation, dissemination and use of knowledge depends on many factors related to both the specificity of the enterprise, the type of organizational solution, the style of human resource management used, the potential of employees and, above all, the ability of the company to use this potential. From the point of view of efficiency of acquiring, disseminating and using knowledge in the enterprise, human resources management is of key importance. Methods and techniques used in this area should be thoroughly analyzed and critically evaluated in terms of their relevance and real positive impact on knowledge management. This study attempts to analyze selected issues related to the company’s management style, the existing variant of the organizational structure and the general assumptions of the knowledge management system. The main goal of the study was to identify trends and dependencies between these factors in the context of knowledge management effectiveness. The study used a questionnaire consisting of 63 questions. In individual companies the questionnaire was each time filled in by the representative of the company’s top management. The study presents a part of the examined issues directly related to the indicated topic based on data obtained from 105 enterprises.
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