KNOWLEDGE SHARING IN BUILDING A SUSTAINABLE ECONOMY
This study aims to investigate the implementation of knowledge sharing in efforts to improve human resources quality in Hanjeli Tourism Village, Sukabumi Regency. Knowledge sharing is the process of disseminating knowledge and skills that can enhance individual and organizational performance. Previous studies have shown that the implementation of knowledge sharing has positive impacts in various community development fields. Several studies in villages in Sigi, Karawang, and Minahasa Regencies have demonstrated improvements in village officials' performance, farmers' production capacity, and inclusiveness in development. Hanjeli Tourism Village faces challenges in terms of limited knowledge and technological capacity. However, they have successfully overcome these issues through knowledge sharing activities initiated by the village youth. Despite facing rejection and obstacles, the community in this village has managed to transform their way of life by developing sustainable agriculture and tourism sectors.