团队专业知识多样性与知识共享对个体创新行为、绩效及组织公民行为的交互作用机制研究

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团队专业知识多样性与知识共享对个体创新行为、绩效及组织公民行为的交互作用机制研究

 

Author: 韩志刚
Han, Zhigang
Title: 团队专业知识多样性与知识共享对个体创新行为、绩效及组织公民行为的交互作用机制研究
Tuan dui zhuan ye zhi shi duo yang xing yu zhi shi gong xiang dui ge ti chuang xin xing wei, ji xiao ji zu zhi gong min xing wei de jiao hu zuo yong ji zhi yan jiu
The effect of expertise dissimilarity and knowledge sharing on individual team members' creative behavior, performance and organization citizenship behavior
Degree: D.Mgt.
Year: 2010
Subject: Hong Kong Polytechnic University -- Dissertations
Teams in the workplace
Knowledge management
Department: Graduate School of Business
Pages: xii, 120 leaves : col. charts ; 30 cm.
InnoPac Record: http://library.polyu.edu.hk/record=b2394227
URI: http://theses.lib.polyu.edu.hk/handle/200/6002
Abstract: While both knowledge sharing and expertise dissimilarity have attracted much scholarly attention in recent years, there has been little research investigating how different types of knowledge sharing (i.e., explicit knowledge sharing and tacit knowledge sharing) and expertise dissimilarity interactively affect team members’ individual behaviors. Drawing on the work by Huang, Hsieh, and He (2008), this study examines how expertise dissimilarity and knowledge sharing jointly affect individual creative behaviors, performance, and organizational citizenship behaviors (OCB). We conducted a large scale survey to collect data from 188 members of 54 project teams in the major telecom research institutes in China. Our findings include the following: (1) Explicit knowledge sharing among team members negatively moderates the individual-level relationship between expertise dissimilarity and creative behaviors. (2) Tacit knowledge sharing among team members positively moderates the individual-level relationship between expertise dissimilarity and performance; but explicit knowledge sharing among team members negatively moderates the individual-level relationship between expertise dissimilarity and performance. (3) Tacit knowledge sharing among team members positively moderates the individual-level relationship between expertise dissimilarity and organization citizenship behavior-individual (OCBI); but explicit knowledge sharing among team members negatively moderates the individual-level relationship between expertise dissimilarity and OCBI. (4) Explicit knowledge sharing among team members negatively moderates the organizational-level relationship between expertise dissimilarity and organization citizenship behavior-organization (OCBO).

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