Knowledge Sharing and Performance
Ahlem Soualhia and
Abstract of Economic, Finance and Management Outlook, 2016, vol. 5, 15
This study examines the quantitative relationship between knowledge sharing and performance. Knowledge sharing is a process in which individuals share knowledge and they create new knowledge together. It is an important attribute to improve performance. The empirical analysis reveals that knowledge sharing has a significant and positive impact on performance. The best way to improve organizational performance is to increase the overall efficiency. The increase in development efficiency is possible because of the development of knowledge sharing, which means that knowledge sharing has an important role in enhancing organizational performance. This means that we can improve the performance of the employee by encouraging them to share their useful and effective knowledge.
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