عنوان مقاله [English]
Knowledge sharing introduced as one of the major activities of knowledge management. Therefore, the successful implementation of knowledge management requires attention to these activities. Identifying the effective factors on employee's knowledge sharing behavior and trying to supply them facilitate employee's knowledge sharing behavior. Several works introduced factors influencing on knowledge sharing including culture, organizational structure, motivations, and technology. With respect to the role of motivation as an important factor in knowledge sharing behaviors and the absence of a comprehensive motivation model in this regard, the Purpose of this study is to develop a model that measures the different influence motivational factors on employees Knowledge sharing behavior. The method, which has been used in this research, is descriptive and based on the correlation that has been done using survey method. The statistical sample formed of 325 employees working in defense industries in Tehran. The research data has been collected by questionnaire. Introduced model evaluated using of structural equation modeling (SEM) and Lisrel 8.8 software. The confirmed model showed that intrinsic and extrinsic motivational factors and intention to methods of knowledge sharing were effective in knowledge sharing behavior. The findings showed the simultaneous supply of motivational factors and knowledge sharing methods interesting for employees facilitates employee's knowledge sharing behavior.
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