An Empirical Study on Knowledge Sharing, Affective Commitment, Perceived Task Interdependence and Job Involvement in Chinese Accounting Firms

@article{Zheng2006AnES,
  title={An Empirical Study on Knowledge Sharing, Affective Commitment, Perceived Task Interdependence and Job Involvement in Chinese Accounting Firms},
  author={Meilian Zheng and Gongmin Bao},
  journal={2006 Technology Management for the Global Future - PICMET 2006 Conference},
  year={2006},
  volume={3},
  pages={1307-1315}
}
With the shift towards the "knowledge economy", knowledge sharing is an important process in modern organizations, as successful knowledge sharing can result in shared intellectual capital, an increasing important resource. In this paper, we attempted to explore the relationships among knowledge sharing, affective commitment, perceived task interdependence and job involvement in Chinese accounting firms from the antecedents and outcomes of commitment based empirical data. Firstly, we developed… CONTINUE READING

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