Evaluation Model of Knowledge Management System Implementation of Disaster Management Using Factor Analysis

Wahyu Sardjono, Tri Pujadi


To speed up the process of improving the public's knowledge on disaster management, knowledge trasfer process can be done in various ways, such as through skills training, courses, seminars, workshops, and socialization. The implementation of the method of knowledge transfer in disaster risk reduction include the type earthquake disaster, volcanic eruption, lava, landslides, floods, flash floods, tsunamis, and droughts. Including recognition of the emergency response, rehabilitation and reconstruction, preparedness, prevention, mitigation and disaster management and vulnerability management. Model Knowledge Management System (KMS) can be constructed to form a superior network and can collaborate with disaster management issues, through the sharing of data and information related to disaster risk reduction activities as well as for developing data monitoring and disaster warning systems, either in an emergency or catastrophic events when other conditions associated with anticipation and mitigation. The purpose of this study is to establish evaluation model of knowledge management system implementation of disaster management, using factor analysis method. The study involved 240 respondents and sampling conducted by proportional random sampling. The results show that the evaluation model can be constructed through the factors functions,  organization culture and information in KMS, support and participation of management, ease of access, and updating and monitoring of information


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