Exploring The Influence Mechanism of Strategic Leadership, Employee Engagement and Job Involvement: A Framework Model Approach

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Prof. Manoj Kumar Mishra, Prof. (Dr.) S. S. Patil, Aravinda H G
Dr. Juno Jasmine J, Dr. Punit Pathak, Kavitha. K


In the dynamic landscape of higher education, the enrichment of college teachers is pivotal for fostering effective learning environments and promoting student success. The paper investigated the impact of knowledge management (KM) practices on the professional development and enrichment of college teachers. Drawing upon a synthesis of existing literature and empirical studies, this research elucidates the mechanisms through which KM practices contribute to the enhancement of teaching quality, innovation, and collaboration among college faculty. It explores how institutional policies, incentives, and recognition systems can incentivize teachers to actively engage in knowledge creation, dissemination, and continuous professional development activities. Moreover, the study examines the challenges and barriers associated with implementing KM practices in college settings, such as resistance to change, time constraints, technological barriers, and cultural factors. It proposes strategies and best practices for overcoming these challenges and fostering a culture of knowledge sharing and collaboration among college teachers. The findings suggest that effective KM practices play a crucial role in enriching college teachers by enhancing their teaching effectiveness, fostering innovation and creativity, promoting interdisciplinary collaboration, and facilitating continuous professional development. The article concluded with recommendations for policymakers, educational leaders, and practitioners to leverage KM practices for the continuous enrichment and professional growth of college teachers, thereby enhancing the quality of higher education and student learning outcomes.

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