Abstract—The study is designed for the startup company to
make their strategic decisions about expanding their business in
Private Higher Education Institutions sectors. There are
technologies present in India that could be used to conduct
online educations. Current technologies and methods are far
from being leveraged due to the orthodox mindset of teachers,
parents and students. The research is targeted to demonstrate
for showing how to adapt the new technologies for knowledge
sharing into the practical level based on the real company cases
and provides the guidelines for adapting knowledge sharing
technologies more effectively.
Index Terms—Technology adaptation strategy, knowledge sharing, India, education.
The authors are with Asian Institute of Management, Makati City, Philippines (the corresponding author: Song-Kyoo Kim; tel.: +632-892-4011; e-mail: SKim@aim.edu).
Cite: Sneh Sagar and Song-Kyoo Kim, "The Study for Adapting Knowledge Sharing Technologies into Indian Education Market," International Journal of Information and Education Technology vol. 5, no. 7, pp. 490-494, 2015.