KMS self-efficacy, KMS quality, expected reward and subjective norm: investigating knowledge sharing attitude of Malaysia's Halal industry
by Christine Nya-Ling Tan; T. Ramayah; Simona Popa
European J. of International Management (EJIM), Vol. 11, No. 4, 2017

Abstract: Despite the proliferation of knowledge management research, there is still no clear answer to the question of the effect of Knowledge Management System (KMS) self-efficacy, KMS quality, expected reward and subjective norm on knowledge sharing (KS) attitude among employees predominantly in the context of the Halal industry. This paper would shed some light by analysing the data collected from the Halal industry located in Malaysia's Halal Parks, residing in the states of Selangor, Kuala Lumpur and Melaka. By employing the partial least squares path modelling, the results of the empirical study extend the understanding of the antecedents - KMS self-efficacy, KMS quality and subjective norm by confirming their significant effect on employees KS attitude with subjective norm as the utmost major predictor. The implications to both research and practice are also provided in this paper.

Online publication date: Mon, 31-Jul-2017

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