A Review on Self-Determination Factors and Knowledge Sharing Behavior with Perceived Organizational Support as Moderating Effect

Hassanul Firman Md Apandi, Nik Wan Nik Omar, Abdul Aziz Abdullah


Knowledge sharing behavior has been acknowledged as a vital element in knowledge management in an organization. Baby boomers are the individuals within the organizations who recognized the importance of knowledge management for the success of their day to day organization function.  Past studies have shown that individuals are still not interested to participate in knowledge sharing. The purpose of this review is to discuss the impact of self-determination factors toward knowledge sharing behavior among baby boomers in the public sector. A rigorous review of literature regarding knowledge sharing behaviour was undertaken. This review unveiled the preliminary self-determination conceptual framework which suggests a relationship among knowledge sharing behavior and four other individual factors.  These factors are personality traits, intrinsic motivation, emotional intelligence, and sense of belonging.   The outcome of this review is expected to provide the insights on the moderating effect of perceived organizational support which will be part of the main study.

Keywords:Knowledge Sharing Behavior; Self-determination Factors; Perceived Organizational Support

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