The practical intelligence model and its role in improving performance, an applied study in the Iraqi Oil Exploration Company

Abstract

The current study aims to study the possibility of applying Knowledge Management Models and their role in achieving improvement in technical and administrative performance in the Iraqi Oil Exploration Company. The researcher determined the level of institutional performance in a company by distributing a performance measurement questionnaire consisting of (35) items. After collecting and analyzing the responses, the researcher selected models for knowledge management as he analyzed them and converted them into a special questionnaire for each knowledge model in a sequential order from the dimensions to the axes and points.After distributing the questionnaire for each model, the models that are most suitable and consistent with the reality and nature of performance in the company were determined. The models are (the practical intelligence model with a higher percentage, while the knowledge management life cycle model obtained the second sequence). Descriptive analysis and distribution of the data were used as well as the percentage of flattening and twisting of the sample. The study, then, uses the AMOS program, the confirmation analysis, the Fakronbach factor, and the statistical program (SPSS V23) to confirm and prove the hypotheses of the study.As for the study population was selected from a sample of 220 individuals that included directors, agents, heads of departments, divisions and units, experienced people, officials of seismic teams and their assistants to accurately represent the community.