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Knowledge Management (KM) is considered as the administration of knowledge, through the process of transferring tacit knowledge to the explicit, through the model called Socialization, Externalization, Combination and Internalization (SECI), while Innovative Performance (IP) is the result of the effectiveness in the production processes and the efficiency of new and/or improved products. The objective of this work was to determine the present relationship between Knowledge Management and Innovative Performance within the textile sector NanoMiPyMes, belonging to the municipality of Asunción Ixtaltepec, Oaxaca. The first phase was the design, validation, and application of the measurement instrument (survey) with a Lickert-type scale. Quantitative data analysis was performed using the SPSS® ver. 24.0 statistical program. We worked with a sample of 31 questionnaires applied to artisans of the economic units (NanoMiPyMes) of the textile sector, using the nonprobabilistic snowball method; the results indicated that there is a positive relationship between both variables. In conclusion, we can say that there is a positive influence on innovative performance through knowledge management in the textile sector NanoMiPyMes of Asunción Ixtaltepec, Oaxaca.
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