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Motivation Factors Toward Knowledge Sharing Intentions and Attitudes

Maha Thuwaini Farhan Mohammad, Sand A. Alajmi, Eihab Abdel Rahim Dawi Ahmed
2018 International Journal of Business Administration  
Also, attitudes toward knowledge sharing positively and highly influence knowledge sharing intentions.  ...  toward knowledge sharing.  ...  Based on this discussion (H1) is supported by the data and that "attitudes toward knowledge sharing" is affecting the knowledge sharing intentions at AOU.  ... 
doi:10.5430/ijba.v9n4p110 fatcat:hwpftbw3n5h5re3vjb27ahlwqu

Breaking the Myths of Rewards

Gee W. Bock, Young-Gul Kim
2002 Information Resources Management Journal  
Expected rewards, believed by many as the most important motivating factor for knowledge sharing, were not significantly related to the attitude toward knowledge sharing.  ...  As expected, positive attitude toward knowledge sharing was found to lead to positive intention to share knowledge and, finally, to actual knowledge sharing behaviors.  ...  H1: Expected rewards will have a positive effect on the individual's attitude toward knowledge sharing.  ... 
doi:10.4018/irmj.2002040102 fatcat:26goboywo5d5tlukvqruejzkfm

Analysing lawyers' attitude towards knowledge sharing

Wole M. Olatokun, Isioma N. Elueze
2012 South African Journal of Information Management  
Expected reward was not significantly related to lawyers' attitudes towards knowledge sharing.  ...  deploy more IT infrastructure and services that encourage effective knowledge sharing amongst lawyers.  ...  'expected rewards' and the attitude of lawyers towards knowledge sharing 2. 'expected associations' and the attitude of lawyers towards knowledge sharing 3.  ... 
doi:10.4102/sajim.v14i1.507 fatcat:5xq5b5gp3jc7hpx2rtflruqqqy

Modelling Electronic Sharing (E-Sharing) Behaviour: A Perspective on Location-aware Technology

Mutlaq B. Alotaibi
2017 International Journal of Intelligent Systems and Applications  
The main constructs were: reward expectancy (WE), reputation expectancy (RE), perceived benefits (PB), perceived trust (PT), attitudes towards LBK, attitudes toward knowledge sharing incentives (KSI) and  ...  Results herein indicate that attitude toward KSI can be determined by the RE and WE, while attitude toward LBK E-sharing can be predicted by the PB and PT.  ...  (3) evaluating the effect of incentives to motivate knowledge sharing, including reward expectations and reputation inspirations.  ... 
doi:10.5815/ijisa.2017.01.02 fatcat:ykzweveadjewhbhxfrpoppe2xa

An Analysis of Factors Affecting Staffs Knowledge Sharing In the Central Library of the University of Isfahan Using the Extension of Theory of Reasoned Action

Sayyad Mohsen Allameh, Ahmad Abedini, Javad Khazaei Pool, Ali Kazemi
2012 International Journal of Human Resource Studies  
The research results show that the expected organizational reward, reciprocal benefits, self-efficacy of knowledge, and enjoyment in helping others affect attitude and intention for the sharing of knowledge  ...  Furthermore, the effective sharing of knowledge is one of the most important success factors in an organization.  ...  The expected organizational rewards have positive effects on staffs" attitude toward knowledge sharing. H4.  ... 
doi:10.5296/ijhrs.v2i1.1310 fatcat:fr3iyok6ire7phkgymc62bb4cq

Effects of extrinsic and intrinsic motivation on employee knowledge sharing intentions

Hsiu-Fen Lin
2007 Journal of information science  
However, expected organizational rewards did not significantly influence employee attitudes and behavior intentions regarding knowledge sharing. Implications for organizations are discussed.  ...  By integrating a motivational perspective into the theory of reasoned action (TRA), this study examines the role of both extrinsic (expected organizational rewards and reciprocal benefits) and intrinsic  ...  [24] have investigated the positive effect of attitudes toward knowledge sharing on individuals' intentions to share knowledge.  ... 
doi:10.1177/0165551506068174 fatcat:jhus5rcc25c2diwtzndhidmpai

Deciding the Rank of Factors Affecting Abu Dhabi Oil & Gas Industry

Fatima Taher Al Mansoori, Faculty of Technology Management and Business, Universiti Tun Hussein Onn Malaysia (UTHM), Batu Pahat, Johor, 86400 Parit Raja, MALAYSIA, Ismail Abdul Rahman, Rozilah Kasim, Faculty of Civil Engineering and Built Environment, Universiti Tun Hussein Onn Malaysia (UTHM), Batu Pahat, Johor, 86400 Parit Raja, MALAYSIA, aculty of Business and Technology Management, Universiti Tun Hussein Onn Malaysia (UTHM), Batu Pahat, Johor, 86400 Parit Raja, MALAYSIA
2020 International Journal of Sustainable Construction Engineering Technology  
Assuring job security, and Effective support sys  ...  The findings of the ranking analysis show the five most significant factors affecting the performance in the oil & gas industry are Rewards and recognition, Low employee turnover, Effective behaviour,  ...  M3 Rewards and recognition Rewards and recognition lead towards increasing overall employee performance.  ... 
doi:10.30880/ijscet.2020.11.02.015 fatcat:luvthzatszhafnl6zfgejzsykq

Enhancement in dopamine reduces generous behaviour in women

Sergio Oroz Artigas, Lu Liu, Sabrina Strang, Caroline Burrasch, Astrid Hermsteiner, Thomas F. Münte, Soyoung Q. Park, Wi Hoon Jung
2019 PLoS ONE  
We apply hyperbolic social discount model to the data and provide evidence that women under pramipexole become less generous in general, especially towards close others.  ...  Instead, generosity decreases as a function of social distance, an effect called social discounting.  ...  Acknowledgments We thank Matthias Liebrand for medical consultation, and Susanne Nicolai for her assistance in data collection.  ... 
doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0226893 pmid:31891605 pmcid:PMC6938376 fatcat:ouaonapa2bcxjpmboyobfb37cu

Carrot or Stick: Overcoming Silos in Enterprise Architectures [chapter]

Marcel Cahenzli, University of St. Gallen, Architectural Coordination Group, St. Gallen, Switzerland
2020 WI2020 Zentrale Tracks  
Silo mentality is a phenomenon describing the aversion of sharing e.g. talent, data, and know-how beyond one's immediate functional and hierarchical environment.  ...  The results reveal that sanctions, rewards, and their interaction significantly affect compliance, whereas the certainty of these sanctions or rewards to materialize did not.  ...  This study takes a further step toward closing this gap by combining GDT and CT to investigate the effectiveness of punishment, reward, and certainty of enforcement on compliance with an information sharing  ... 
doi:10.30844/wi_2020_m3-cahenzli dblp:conf/wirtschaftsinformatik/Cahenzli20 fatcat:tl64qnb3kve7xe66stywqb5xzu

How Effective Are Loyalty Reward Programs in Driving Share of Wallet?

Jochen Wirtz, Anna S. Mattila, May Oo Lwin
2007 Journal of Service Research  
Our findings suggest that perceived switching costs were highly effective in driving share of wallet at low rather than high levels of attitudinal loyalty, and only when combined with an attractive reward  ...  The attractiveness of a reward program, on the other hand, had a positive impact on share of wallet regardless of the level of psychological attachment to the company.  ...  The primary objective of this study is to examine the combined effects of reward programs and attitudinal loyalty on share of wallet.  ... 
doi:10.1177/1094670506295853 fatcat:zxox3a7cujazvmhphvxzvua4ri

Mediating Effect of Leaders' Behaviour on Organisational Knowledge Sharing and Manufacturing Firms' Competitiveness

Adlin Ugo-Agharanya, Anthony Igwe, Ejikeme Emmanuel Isichei
2021 Interdisciplinary Journal of Information, Knowledge, and Management  
The link between the actions of leaders and outcomes from sharing knowledge towards increased competitiveness would further advance theory on knowledge sharing and provide managerial implication that is  ...  Findings: Knowledge sharing was found to have a positive effect on firms' competitiveness.  ...  Knowledge is different from data and information; knowledge is unique and higher than data and information because it is embedded in the consciousness of an individual.  ... 
doi:10.28945/4693 fatcat:ahbvkmt7v5dmvp7qdmf6fehqje

The Effect of Expected Benefit and Perceived Cost on Employees' Knowledge Sharing Behavior: a Study of It Employees in India

Bindu Gupta, Sahil Joshi, Mohit Agarwal
2012 Organizations and Markets in Emerging Economies  
Data were collected from 228 employees of two major Information Technology organizations in India.  ...  The present study examines the impact of employees' perception of perceived benefits and cost of knowledge sharing on their knowledge sharing behavior.  ...  Regarding the effect of reward on knowledge sharing behavior, there have been contradictory findings.  ... 
doi:10.15388/omee.2012.3.1.14272 fatcat:6cpffs3pqvfjrlem42wqxsz37m

Payment card rewards programs and consumer payment choice

Andrew T. Ching, Fumiko Hayashi
2010 Journal of Banking & Finance  
By using a unique data set that contains detailed information about consumer payment choice and consumers' attitudes toward each payment method, we estimate the effects of payment card rewards on consumer  ...  Our policy experiments suggest that for the sub-population who hold both credit and debit cards, removing rewards would increase their share of paper-based payment methods (i.e., cash and checks), measured  ...  Acknowledgements The views expressed herein are those of the authors and do not necessarily reflect those of the  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.jbankfin.2010.03.015 fatcat:4c3i5e4uandwjigke4stso3f4y

Transactional leadership and organizational creativity: Examining the mediating role of knowledge sharing behavior

Syed Talib Hussain, Jaffar Abbas, Shen Lei, Muhammad Jamal Haider, Tayyaba Akram, Tahir Nisar
2017 Cogent Business & Management  
2005) about reciprocal on attitude toward knowledge sharing.  ...  The three factor model (transactional leadership, knowledge sharing behavior, and Organizational creativity) fitted the data well.  ... 
doi:10.1080/23311975.2017.1361663 fatcat:zo7vgdvumvfydcan56qtl3rdla

Payment Card Rewards Programs and Consumer Payment Choice

Andrew Ching, Fumiko Hayashi
2008 Social Science Research Network  
We conduct policy experiments to examine the effects of removing rewards from credit and/or debit cards.  ...  We estimate the direct effects of rewards card programs on consumer payment choice for in-store transactions.  ...  Since our data is cross-sectional, we cannot explicitly estimate the indirect effect of rewards here.  ... 
doi:10.2139/ssrn.1114247 fatcat:fg52vxyhajh2fny4yu3azq445q
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