In the organization, the transformation of knowledge is an important issue, and personal motivation for knowledge sharing worth to be investigating. Among them, there are many factors affect that the personal process of knowledge sharing intentions. The individual knowledge sharing intention while often by affects of the environmental factors and individual’s beliefs awareness. Many studies have explored the factors that affect individual action intentions, but few of individual ethical considerations inherent with the views of relevant organizations to analyze the environmental knowledge to the intention. This study reviews of the theory of reasoned action, from perspectives of the social psychological and knowledge sharing while integrative the personal anticipated reciprocal relationship, perceived of ethics and organization culture to seek for the personal impact of the antecedents of knowledge sharing intentions. Moreover, based on existing literature, the author’s observation and inference for develop a conceptual framework to identify the antecedents can be represented.
Quality & Quantity – Springer Journals
Published: Mar 16, 2011
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