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    Title: Top-Down Knowledge Hiding and Innovative Work Behavior (IWB): A Three-way Moderated-Mediation Analysis of Self-Efficacy and Local/Foreign Status
    Authors: Arain, G.A.;Bhatti, Z.A.;Imran, H.;Fang, Y.H.
    Keywords: Innovative work behavior;Moderated mediation;Knowledge hiding;Self efficacy, Local and foreign workers;The Kingdom of Saudi Arabia
    Date: 2019-10-05
    Issue Date: 2020-02-17 12:10:19 (UTC+8)
    Abstract: Purpose
    This paper aims to examine the consequences for innovative work behavior (IWB) of top-down knowledge hiding – that is, supervisors’ knowledge hiding from supervisees (SKHS). Drawing on social learning theory, the authors test the three-way moderated-mediation model in which the direct effect of SKHS on IWB is first mediated by self-efficacy and then further moderated by supervisor and supervisee nationality (locals versus foreigners).

    The authors collected multi-sourced data from 446 matched supervisor-supervisee pairs working in a diverse range of organizations operating in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia. After initial data screening, confirmatory factor analysis was conducted to test for the factorial validity of the used measures with AMOS. The hypothesized relationships were tested in regression analysis with SPSS.

    Results showed that SKHS had both direct and mediation effects, via the self-efficacy mediator, on supervisee IWB. The mediation effect was further moderated by supervisor and supervisee nationality (local versus foreigners), which highlighted that the effect was stronger for supervisor–supervisee pairs that were local-local or foreigner-foreigner than for pairs that were local-foreigner or foreigner-local.

    This study contributes to both knowledge hiding and IWB literature and discusses the useful theoretical and practical implications of the findings.
    Relation: Journal of Knowledge Management
    DOI: https://doi.org/10.1108/JKM-11-2018-0687
    Appears in Collections:[Graduate Institute & Department of Accounting] Journal Article

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