What factors influence knowledge sharing in organizations? A social dilemma perspective of social media communication

@article{Razmerita2016WhatFI,
  title={What factors influence knowledge sharing in organizations? A social dilemma perspective of social media communication},
  author={Liana Razmerita and Kathrin Kirchner and Pia Nielsen},
  journal={J. Knowl. Manag.},
  year={2016},
  volume={20},
  pages={1225-1246}
}
Purpose Enterprise social media platforms provide new ways of sharing knowledge and communicating within organizations to benefit from the social capital and valuable knowledge that employees have. [] Key MethodDesign/methodology/approach Based on a literature review, a unified research model is derived integrating demographic, individual, organizational and technological factors that influence the motivation of employees to share knowledge.

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