ABSTRACT: This paper investigates the relationship between knowledge management, organizational learning, and growth performance in Malaysian construction firms. Postal questionnaires were mailed to 500 large construction companies (CIDB grade G7). Only 110 out of 500 distributed questionnaires were returned, completed, and usable. The obtained data was analyzed through partial least squares structural equation modelling using SmartPLS software, followed by the development of SPSS macros for mediation analysis. This study discovered that knowledge management, organizational learning, and growth performance have a significant relationship. Organizational learning partially mediates the relationship between knowledge management and growth performance, according to the findings. The findings of this study provide solid evidence that organizational learning improves growth performance via knowledge management initiatives.
Keywords: Knowledge Management, Growth Performance, Organization Learning, Construction Companies, Construction Industry