Investigating the Relationship between Job Security and Knowledge Sharing Behavior with the Mediator of Organizational Culture in Ayandeh Bank

Fatemeh Zarezadeh Mehrizi

Abstract


Knowledge sharing refers to extensive interpersonal interactions that cause knowledge and experience to be effectively and constructively distributed and absorbed. In this dynamic process, individuals are faced with difficulties, but instead, they benefit from the sustainable values of knowledge application. In order to create an effective knowledge sharing process, people should enjoy high willingness and ability and should be in appropriate job security. The present study is an analytical survey. The statistical population comprises 150 individuals from the staff of Ayandeh Bank. Sampling was conducted randomly. Data collection tool was in the form of questionnaires and data analysis was done by SPSS software. The research findings indicated that there is a significant relationship with the severity of (p = 0.00, r = 0.51) between organizational culture and knowledge sharing behavior. Further, a significant relationship with the severity of (p = 0.00, r = 0.42) exists between organizational culture and job security. Also, the results demonstrated that there is a significant relationship with the severity of (p = 0.02, r = 0.32) between knowledge sharing behavior and job security. Overall, the status of organizational culture and knowledge sharing is at an intermediate level from the viewpoint of the staff.

DOI: 10.5901/mjss.2016.v7n3s2p161


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Mediterranean Journal of Social Sciences ISSN 2039-9340(Print) ISSN 2039-2117(Online)

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