Kepemimpinan Transformasional, Kepercayaan dan Berbagi Pengetahuan dalam Organisasi

Avin Fadilla Helmi, Iman Arisudana
(Submitted 10 November 2015)
(Published 10 November 2015)


Many research in knowledge sharing has focused their attention on the roles of information and technology factor. Recently, there is a consideration that human factors such as social interaction, trust and leadership play keyrole in knowledge sharing behavior. This
study aimed to investigate the factors affecting employeesʹ knowledge sharing within an organization by combining transformational leadership and trust as predictor of knowledge
sharing behavior. This research used survey method, and take 99 employees of PT. Bina Karya Jakarta as sample. The instruments to get data was questionnaire of Likert’s Scale, that consisted of leadership scale, organizational trust scale, managerial trust, co‐worker trust scale and knowledge sharing scale. The research found that transformational leadership, organizational trust, management
trust and co‐worker trust together have significant effect on knowledge sharing behavior with r=0,264. The regression coefficient also shows there is only the co‐worker trust that have the
most significant effect on knowledge sharing behavior. These findings need to be discussed for further research especially to gain understanding about the role transformational leadership
and trust on knowledge sharing that vary, depends on the situation and condition.

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DOI: 10.22146/jpsi.7888


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