Factors Of Knowledge Sharing Among Faculty Members In Higher Educational Institutions: An Empirical Study Of The Public Sector

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Paras Bashir Channar , Ghalib Ahmed , Jalil Ahmed Thebo , Muhammad Ali Khan , Liaquat Ali Rahoo


Knowledge sharing (KS) is a culture that has been encouraged and supported by higher educational institutions (HEIs) in Sindh. This study applies Planned Behavior Theory (TPB) and Social Capital Theory (SCT). Identifying factors related to the KS intentions of a faculty member in the public sector. This study examined the factors organizational, individual, and technological variables among faculty members’ knowledge-sharing behavior. The method of the study was quantitative. A convenience sampling technique was used to distribute the questionnaire using Google Forms through email addresses. The 550 questionnaires were sent to the respondents, 335 were returned and used for analysis. PLS-SEM was used to evaluate the data for the structural equation model. According to the study results, organizational and technological aspects are crucial predictors of information sharing among faculty members of Sindh's higher education institutions. 

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