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Does a cooperative climate always leads to knowledge sharing? The roles of intrinsic motivation and job autonomy

AuthorsLlopis Córcoles, Óscar; Foss, Nicolai J.
KeywordsCooperative climate
Intrinsic motivation
Job autonomy
Organizational climate
Knowledge sharing
Issue Date2012
CitationOLKC 2012
AbstractA cooperative climate in the organization is generally thought to promote knowledge sharing behaviors among employees. However, research shows that management faces significant difficulties in controlling and shaping the climate towards this aim. In this research we develop and test a contingency model of intrinsic motivation and job autonomy as moderators of this relationship. We find that a cooperative climate better predict knowledge sharing when employees show lower levels of intrinsic motivation and face high levels of job autonomy. Our research is aimed to enhance the likelihood that a managerial intervention in developing a cooperative climate will result in higher levels of knowledge sharing.
DescriptionTrabajo presentado a la International Conference on Organizational Learning Knowledge and Capabilities, celebrada en Valencia (España) del 25 al 27 de Abril de 2012.
Publisher version (URL)http://www.olkc2012.com/
Appears in Collections:(INGENIO) Comunicaciones congresos
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