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Title: AnalyzingHuman-TechnicalFactorsAffectingKnowledgeSharingBehaviorbetweenHeadquartersandForeignSubsidiaries
Analyzing Human- Technical Factors Affecting Knowledge Sharing Behavior between Headquarters and Foreign Subsidiaries
Authors: 黃阮寶壽
Hoang Nguyen Bao Tho
Contributors: Gow Ming Dong
Keywords: Knowledge sharing;Extrinsic rewards;Knowledge- sharing self- efficacy;ICT
Date: 2009
Issue Date: 2011-05-26 11:06:16 (UTC+8)
Publisher: 高雄市:[樹德科技大學資訊管理研究所]
Abstract: Knowledge is today considered to be a critical factor for Multinational Companies (MNCs) to survive within an increasingly competitive market. So far there have been some researches about this issue conducted; however, they mostly mention about the organization culture, organizational structure, or trust, but not much mention about both the employees’ roles, and the technologies’ in enhancing the knowledge sharing among different subsidiaries in different locations. Therefore, this study is conducted in order to advance understanding of both human and technical factors that may enhance or hinder knowledge sharing in MNCs, in which this study employs as the theoretical framework the cognitive learning theories, and augment it with extrinsic motivators, reciprocal relationship, knowledge- sharing self- efficacy, task interdependence and Information Communication Technology (ICT) utilization factors that are believed to influence individuals’ knowledge sharing behaviors. With this in mind, the objective of this study is to deepen our understanding of the human- technical factors that increase or lessen employees’ tendencies to engage in knowledge-sharing behaviors between head quarter and its foreign subsidiaries and, finally, provide practical recommendations for the firms. The research framework is validated empirically using the regression method conducted by the Statistical Package for Social Science (SPSS) 13.0 with the sample size of 174 respondents from four biggest MNCs belonging to Nam Liong Group, in Taiwan. Results of our research once again prove the influencing of reciprocal relationship, knowledge- sharing self- efficacy, task interdependence and Information Communication Technology (ICT) utilization to knowledge sharing behavior. Moreover the present study also contributes to understanding the negative relationship between the extrinsic rewards and knowledge sharing behavior.
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