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The Role of Perceived Supervision, Organizational Support and Co-Workers Support to Discourage Knowledge Hiding in Organizations

Abstract : In past literature, the variables that may discourage knowledge hiding in organiza-tions have attracted less attention than the variables that actually cause it. We develop a construct: “Positively Perceived Supervision”. The more supervision is positively perceived, the less employees are inclined to hide their knowledge from their supervisors and from their co-workers. The more employees per-ceive support from co-workers, the less they will be inclined to hide knowledge from them. Surprisingly, the more employees per-ceive support from their organization, the more they will be inclined to hide knowledge from their supervisor and co-workers. This leads to managerial implications.
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Isabelle Walsh, Audrey Dalmasso, Amitabh Anand. The Role of Perceived Supervision, Organizational Support and Co-Workers Support to Discourage Knowledge Hiding in Organizations. Management international = International management = Gestión internacional, HEC Montréal et Université Paris Dauphine, In press. ⟨halshs-03045417⟩

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