Examining the impact of individual characteristics and knowledge asset characteristics on knowledge sharing behavior: Healthcare context
Knowledge sharing is an inevitable activity that underpins the business of knowledge management. It is a crucial activity since knowledge bears no value if it is not distributed and shared. However, the question of whether knowledge sharing does really exist in public organizations and factors affecting the practice are yet to be known. This paper reviews other research in the area in order to determine factors that affect knowledge sharing in the public sector in Malaysia. Synthesizing from the literature, this paper proposes a theoretical framework that takes into consideration the individual, organizational and technological dimensions that might affect knowledge sharing in Malaysia public sector.