Managers versus co-workers as referents: Comparing social influence effects on within- and outside-subsidiary knowledge sharing

Abstract

This study uses a social influence lens to examine how key social referents influence individuals’ knowledge sharing behaviors within and outside their subsidiaries. Using a multiple-survey research design, our empirical study shows that unit managers and co-workers act as key social referents. Their knowledge sharing behaviors have significant influence… (More)

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@inproceedings{Boh2015ManagersVC, title={Managers versus co-workers as referents: Comparing social influence effects on within- and outside-subsidiary knowledge sharing}, author={Wai Fong Boh}, year={2015} }