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Title: A Model of Intraorganizational Knowledge Sharing: Development and Initial Test
Authors: Hsu, I-Chieh;Wang, Yi-Shun
Contributors: 資訊管理學系
Keywords: Exploratory study;Intraorganizational knowledge sharing;Knowledge sharing effectiveness;Knowledge sharing policies and practices;Organizational antecedents
Date: 2008-09
Issue Date: 2013-04-22T07:34:50Z
Publisher: IGI Global
Abstract: Prior research has reported different knowledge management processes, considering each universally applicable. This article proposes that context influences company knowledge sharing policies and practices and their effectiveness. Through a literature review, a model of intraorganizational knowledge sharing is proposed. Within this model, three organizational antecedents of knowledge sharing policies and practices are included, namely: top management knowledge values, an innovation business strategy, and perceived environmental uncertainty. Further, top management knowledge values and knowledge sharing policies and practices are hypothesized to lead to knowledge sharing effectiveness. The model was constructed by taking into account industrial contexts in Taiwan, and was examined using survey data collected from companies in Taiwan. The results showed that top management knowledge values and innovation business strategy are positively and significantly associated with knowledge sharing policies and practices, which in turn lead to knowledge sharing effectiveness. Finally, this article identifies and discusses implications for international information management.
Relation: Journal of Global Information Management, 16(3): 45-73
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