Research Paper | Management | India | Volume 4 Issue 3, March 2015
Key Drivers of Knowledge Management System in Jain Sthanakvasi Sect
Abstract: Knowledge Management is an unavoidable task which all the organisations have to do knowingly and unknowingly. In a business organisation knowledge may be a blend of data, information and individual expertise of an employee, but in Jaina knowledge management system, the whole Jain community of Sthanakvasi Sect is treated as an organisation. Knowledge given by the Tirthankaras, systemized by Gandharas is treated as knolwedge asset, these two supreme most authorities of the community are knowledge developers. A comparative analysis of modern and Jaina KM systen has been done by the author. This knowledge asset of shruta gyan (readable knowledge) is divided into thirty two parts eleven Anga, twelve Upanga, four Mool Sutra, four Chhed Sutra and Avashyaka Sutra. The paper developes the understanding how this treasure of Jaina shruta knowledge has been preserved for the society and communicated to the learners and shared with knowledgeables, also what drivers have affected its preservation and distribution to Jain followers and others. This way analysis of Shruta Gyan is the scope of this study. In this process key drivers in the process of knowledge management system are studied.
Keywords: Jain Canons, Knowledge, Information, data, knowledge management, knowledge management system, Jain community, Jain scriptures, Jaina knowledge management system, modern knowledge management system, Valabhi Vachna, Mathura Vachna, Pataliputra VachnaAnga, Jain literature
Edition: Volume 4 Issue 3, March 2015,
Pages: 1155 - 1158
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Dr. Alka Jain, "Key Drivers of Knowledge Management System in Jain Sthanakvasi Sect", International Journal of Science and Research (IJSR), https://www.ijsr.net/get_abstract.php?paper_id=SUB152310, Volume 4 Issue 3, March 2015, 1155 - 1158, #ijsrnet
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