財金系 郭宗賢 副教授於
How expected benefit and trust influence knowledge sharing
：How expected benefit and trust influence knowledge sharing期刊論文How expected benefit and trust influence knowledge sharingKuo, Tsung-Hsien淡江大學財務金融學系Employees behaviour; Expected benefit; Information management; Knowledge sharing; Organizational culture; TrustIndustrial Management & Data Systems 113(4), pp.506-522Purpose – The purpose of this paper is to look at the relationships among factors which result in improved knowledge sharing, through the empirical validation of a theoretical model consisting of three dimensions: expected benefit in relation to knowledge sharing, trust at workplace, and employee knowledge-sharing behavior.
Design/methodology/approach – This study targets three technological companies with a total of employees exceeding 1,500 (n=563), utilizing a survey questionnaire as the data collection instrument to test the relationship among the three dimensions. The structural equation modeling approach is used to test the proposed model.
Findings – The results show that