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Is It the Company's or Mine? Perceived Organizational Justice Practices and the Ownership of Job Knowledge

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Authors
Allyn, Mark R.; Yun, Seokhwa; Radosevich, David J.
Issue Date
2006
Publisher
College of Business Administration (경영대학)
Citation
Seoul Journal of Business Vol12(1): 37~52(2006)
Keywords
knowledge ownership; organizational justice; psychological contract breadth; organizational commitment
Abstract
This study examined the factors that determine a worker’s willingness
to share private knowledge gained on the job. The recent vogue in
knowledge management studies typically assumes that workers
naturally are willing to share what they have learned, but economic theory suggests that there should be powerful disincentives to share. We
explored justice practices, individual personality, the psychological
contract, organizational commitment and their relationships to worker
ownership. Results indicated that procedural and distributive justice
had opposite effects on knowledge ownership, while psychological
contract breach and continuance commitment had positive, direct
effects on knowledge ownership.
ISSN
1226-9816
Language
English
URI
http://hdl.handle.net/10371/1820
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College of Business Administration/Business School (경영대학/대학원)Dept. of Business Administration (경영학과)Seoul Journal of BusinessSeoul Journal of Business Volume 12, Number 1/2 (2006)
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