Identification Of Business Knowledge Management Strategy: Using The Research Skills Development Framework Concept

  • Ismaulina, Sardjana Orba Manullang, Jemi Pabisangan Tahirs, Suwandi S. Sangadji, Mardhiah


The qualitative study discusses and guides the business people with the strategic management of business
knowledge using research skills development framework. The success of the development of business
strategy management is closely related to the framework of developing specific field expertise. One of
them is through the research skills development framework (RSD). For that purpose, we have taken a
strategic step, namely collecting data and information from various literature sources that seek and
examine several scientific publications related to the framework and concepts of developing research
expertise. After the data is collected, we next analyze with a phenomenological approach to ensure that
our findings are valid and reliable in answering research formation questions. The analysis process
involved coding the data, in-depth interpretation, and conclusions so that the findings could line up with
the problems of the research. Finally, we could conclude the results that the RSD framework can be a
conceptual framework in developing a business management strategy with analysis of approaches and
communication assisted by rubrics and autonomy for researchers. Thus, these findings are to become
part of a formal reference for starting a business that is useful and effective.