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The Impact Of Knowledge Sharing On Innovative Work Behavior Of Vietnam Telecommunications Enterprises Employees

T. Nguyen, N. Tran, X. Doan, H. Nguyen
Published 2020 · Business

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Article history: Received: July 8 2019 Received in revised format: July 9 2019 Accepted: August 11, 2019 Available online: August 12, 2019 Innovative work behavior can stem from the sharing of knowledge between individuals and colleagues. Based on sample size survey of 396 Vietnam telecommunication employees with Cronbach’s Alpha analysis, exploratory factor analysis (EFA), correlation analysis, regression analysis, the study shows that the impact of knowledge sharing with two central processes (knowledge donation and knowledge collection) on innovative work behavior was meaningful. Compared with the process of knowledge donation, the process of knowledge collection has a stronger impact on innovative work behavior (β = 0.213 and 0.204 respectively). Besides, the authors propose some suggestions for telecommunications enterprise managers to influence the employee’s behavioral innovation through the impact of knowledge sharing. © 2020 by the authors; licensee Growing Science, Canada
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