Sharing knowledge is a basic thing in a good organization of business oreducational organizations such as in Higher Education. Colleges are educational organizations where knowledge is often created and used continuously and continuously. Sharing knowledge not only lecturers to students but also to fellow colleagues. This studyaims to determine the perception of lecturers in sharing knowledge. Lecturer as one of theresources of Higher Education, has two types of knowledge that is explicit knowledge (dataand documents) and also tacit knowledge (knowledge that is subjective and experience-based). These two types of knowledge are important assets in the organization that must becommunicated between individuals and organizations. This is so that the process of sharing knowledge (knowledge sharing) goes well to support various decisions. Creation of knowledge within an organization is achieved through an understanding of the process of transforming existing tacit knowledge into easily communicated and easily documented knowledge, and through the design of social processes by transferring the tacit knowledge into explicit knowledge to create a new knowledge. The sharing of knowledge within a Educational organizations such as Higher Education are influenced by such things as trustand organizational commitment. Trust and organizational commitment affect the extent towhich lecturers will share the knowledge of their colleagues. The higher the trust betweenlecturers and coworkers as well as organizational commitment within an educational organization, then there will be a tremendous trend for them to share their knowledge.
|Journal||Indigenous: Jurnal Ilmiah Psikologi. Fakultas Psikologi Universitas Muhammadiyah Surakarta.|
|Publication status||Published - 1 Dec 2017|
- Sharing Knowledge, Organizational Commitment, and Trust