This paper investigates the factors that might promote or inhibit knowledge sharing among healthcare organisations at the individual level through the lens of the Theory of Planned Behaviour. The study has been set in hospice and palliative care organisations. Results from the survey confirms that knowledge sharing is a major enabler for innovative behaviour and that organisational features and practices are a major leverage for promoting knowledge sharing. The perceived technological control, on the contrary, is not significantly related to the intention to share knowledge.

Innovating Healthcare Delivery: the (un)explained leverage of knowledge sharing

MURA, MATTEO
2010

Abstract

This paper investigates the factors that might promote or inhibit knowledge sharing among healthcare organisations at the individual level through the lens of the Theory of Planned Behaviour. The study has been set in hospice and palliative care organisations. Results from the survey confirms that knowledge sharing is a major enabler for innovative behaviour and that organisational features and practices are a major leverage for promoting knowledge sharing. The perceived technological control, on the contrary, is not significantly related to the intention to share knowledge.
2010
Proceedings of the 17th International Annual EurOMA Conference
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E. Lettieri; G. Radaelli; N. Spiller; M. Mura
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