Salman Iqbal

Doctor of Philosophy, (Human resource Management)
Study Completed: 2015
Massey Business School


Thesis Title
Employees' perceptions of human resource management practices and knowledge sharing behaviour

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The information age heralds the idea that the most important source of competitive advantage is knowledge. Most of the knowledge management (KM) literature has discussed the antecedents of employees'' knowledge-sharing. Future research is required to explore how these employees'' knowledge sharing activities provide benefits to organisations and employees in terms of improved capability. To address this research gap in the literature, Mr Iqbal first examined the causative relationships between specific human resource management (HRM) practices and employee'' knowledge sharing and second, the outcomes of knowledge sharing in terms of improved individual capability in workplaces. The findings could be beneficial for researchers, practitioners, and those interested in organisational structure in the knowledge context

Associate Professor Paul Toulson
Associate Professor David Tweed