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Title
Organizational Justice and the Intent to Share: Knowledge Sharing Practices among Forensic Experts in Turkey
Author(s)
Ahmet CanSuliman Hawamdeh
Publication Year
2013-12-31
Abstract
Organizational climate and organization culture can be some of the leading factors in hindering knowledge sharing within the organization. It is generally accepted that successful knowledge management practice, including knowledge sharing, comes as a result of a conducive and knowledge sharing friendly environment. Organizations that promote and reward collective work generate a trustful and a more collaborative learning culture. The perception of fairness in an organization has been considered an important indicator of employee behavior, attitude, and motivation. This study investigates organizational justice perception and its impact on knowledge sharing practices among forensic experts in the Turkish National Police. The study findings revealed that senior officers, who are experts in the field, have the strongest organizational justice perception. Meanwhile, noncommissioned officers or technicians bear positive but comparatively weaker feelings about the existence of justice within the organization. The study argues that those who satisfy their career expectations tend to have a higher organizational justice perception.
Keyword
Forensic Experts; Knowledge Sharing; Intention to share; Organization Justice; Turkish National Police
Journal Title
Journal of Information Science Theory and Practice
Citation Volume
1
ISSN
2287-4577
DOI
10.1633/JISTaP.2013.1.4.2
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8. KISTI 간행물 > JISTaP > Vol. 1 - No. 4
Type
Article
URI
https://repository.kisti.re.kr/handle/10580/8642
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