Understanding Knowledge Sharing: A Theoretical Framework Based Upon the OCB Construct
This paper offers a theoretical framework, based upon the OCB construct, for understanding organizational knowledge sharing, and examines the relationship between organizational commitment and KS.
||Knowledge Sharing, Knowledge Management, Organizational Citizenship Behavior, Organizational Commitment, Affective Commitment, Normative Commitment, Continuance Commitment, Prosocial Behavior
International Journal of Knowledge, Culture and Change Management, Volume 6, Issue 6, pp.73-80.
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Currently, Richard Mahee teaches in the Business and Information Management Division of Neumann College. He came to Neumann with extensive management experience. Early in his career, he held the position of Assistant Treasurer at the Equitable Life Assurance Society where he managed a number of cash management initiatives, and served as Treasurer for Equico Capital, a holding company subsidiary. Richard has had full responsibility for the design, development, and management of numerous finanical and management information systems over his twenty-five plus years in industry. His research interest is in the management and socio-technical aspects of IS. He is ABD at Pace University in New York where he is completing his doctorate.
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