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The study on Effectiveness of Von Krogh and Roos model in influencing the knowledge culture of students in B schools was undertaken with an agenda to understand the replicability of the mentioned Knowledge Management model in a 8-school environment. The aim was to study the prevalence of the connectivist component of the Von Krogh and Roos model in B schools, and whether they played a role in influencing the knowledge culture of students in B schools. The study indicates that respondents are fairly aware of presence of connectivists in the form of specific knowledge processes, events, facilities and tools. The respondents have confirmed knowledge itself, is highly relevant in acquiring a qualification and social communication is a key to knowledge sharing. The study also explores the factors which influence knowledge culture among students and their role in influencing the knowledge culture viz. the practice of sharing, perceiving value in acquiring new knowledge, and acquaintance with specific tools of knowledge processes like group discussions, guest lectures, training sessions, presentations and library facilities.
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