Individual and organizational factors’ effect on knowledge sharing behavior
This paper aims to assess the impact of individual factors (interpersonal trust, individual attitude, perceived benefit/costs, and individual self efficacy) and organizational factors (management support, incentives/reward, leadership, and organizational culture) on knowledge sharing intention and their impact to knowledge sharing behavior. The data were obtained by using questionnaires distributed to all researchers and staffs at Cancer Research Center C-Tech Labs Edwar Technology with 100 samples taken. This research center is the only Lab Cancer in Indonesia. Structural Equation Modeling (SEM) analysis was used to ascertain the proposed relationship. The present study found that four dimensions of individual factors (interpersonal trust, individual attitude, perceived benefit/costs, and self-efficacy) and four dimensions of organizational factors (management support, incentives/reward, leadership, and organizational culture) were significantly related to knowledge sharing intention and they mediate to knowledge sharing behavior.
individual factors, organizational factors, knowledge sharing intention, knowledge sharing behavior
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