Managerial tacit knowledge, individual performance, and the moderating role of employee personality

Abdul Manaf, Halimah and Armstrong, Steven J. and Lawton, Alan and Harvey, William S. (2018) Managerial tacit knowledge, individual performance, and the moderating role of employee personality. International Journal of Public Administration . ISSN 0190-0692

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Abstract

This study investigates the relationship between knowledge-sharing mechanisms, managerial tacit
knowledge, and individual performance in the Malaysian public sector. Moderation effects of
10 employee personality on these variables were also examined. Findings from 308 Malaysian public
sector managers suggest that individual performance is influenced by levels of accumulated
managerial tacit knowledge (LAMTK), which were moderated by employee personality traits.
The findings also show that individual performance has an impact on the effectiveness of knowledge-
sharing mechanisms.

Keywords:Knowledge sharing, tacit knowledge, personality, Performance
Subjects:N Business and Administrative studies > N100 Business studies
Divisions:Lincoln International Business School
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ID Code:29725
Deposited On:26 Nov 2017 11:43

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