CONCEPTUALIZING KNOWLEDGE RISK GOVERNANCE AS A MODERATOR TO POTENTIALLY REDUCE THE RISKS IN KNOWLEDGE SHARING

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CONCEPTUALIZING KNOWLEDGE RISK GOVERNANCE AS A MODERATOR TO POTENTIALLY REDUCE THE RISKS IN KNOWLEDGE SHARING. / Sarkheyli, Azadeh; Alinda Alias, Rose (redaktör); Carlsson, Sven (redaktör); Kajtazi, Miranda (redaktör).

PACIS 2016 Proceedings (Proceeding of the 20th Pacific Asia Conference on Information Systems). Association for information Systems, AIS Electronic Library (AISeL), 2016. ( PACIS Proceedings ; Nr. 153).

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Sarkheyli, A, Alinda Alias, R (red.), Carlsson, S (red.) & Kajtazi, M (red.) 2016, CONCEPTUALIZING KNOWLEDGE RISK GOVERNANCE AS A MODERATOR TO POTENTIALLY REDUCE THE RISKS IN KNOWLEDGE SHARING. i PACIS 2016 Proceedings (Proceeding of the 20th Pacific Asia Conference on Information Systems). PACIS Proceedings , nr. 153, Association for information Systems, AIS Electronic Library (AISeL), Chiayi, Taiwan, Republiken Kina, 2016/06/27.

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Sarkheyli, A., Alinda Alias, R. (Red.), Carlsson, S. (Red.), & Kajtazi, M. (Red.) (2016). CONCEPTUALIZING KNOWLEDGE RISK GOVERNANCE AS A MODERATOR TO POTENTIALLY REDUCE THE RISKS IN KNOWLEDGE SHARING. I PACIS 2016 Proceedings (Proceeding of the 20th Pacific Asia Conference on Information Systems) ( PACIS Proceedings ; Nr. 153). Association for information Systems, AIS Electronic Library (AISeL).

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Sarkheyli A, Alinda Alias R, Carlsson S, Kajtazi M, red. 2016. CONCEPTUALIZING KNOWLEDGE RISK GOVERNANCE AS A MODERATOR TO POTENTIALLY REDUCE THE RISKS IN KNOWLEDGE SHARING. I PACIS 2016 Proceedings (Proceeding of the 20th Pacific Asia Conference on Information Systems). Association for information Systems, AIS Electronic Library (AISeL). ( PACIS Proceedings ; 153).

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Sarkheyli, Azadeh et al. "CONCEPTUALIZING KNOWLEDGE RISK GOVERNANCE AS A MODERATOR TO POTENTIALLY REDUCE THE RISKS IN KNOWLEDGE SHARING". PACIS 2016 Proceedings (Proceeding of the 20th Pacific Asia Conference on Information Systems). PACIS Proceedings ; 153. Association for information Systems, AIS Electronic Library (AISeL). 2016.

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Sarkheyli A, Alinda Alias R, (ed.), Carlsson S, (ed.), Kajtazi M, (ed.). CONCEPTUALIZING KNOWLEDGE RISK GOVERNANCE AS A MODERATOR TO POTENTIALLY REDUCE THE RISKS IN KNOWLEDGE SHARING. I PACIS 2016 Proceedings (Proceeding of the 20th Pacific Asia Conference on Information Systems). Association for information Systems, AIS Electronic Library (AISeL). 2016. ( PACIS Proceedings ; 153).

Author

Sarkheyli, Azadeh ; Alinda Alias, Rose (redaktör) ; Carlsson, Sven (redaktör) ; Kajtazi, Miranda (redaktör). / CONCEPTUALIZING KNOWLEDGE RISK GOVERNANCE AS A MODERATOR TO POTENTIALLY REDUCE THE RISKS IN KNOWLEDGE SHARING. PACIS 2016 Proceedings (Proceeding of the 20th Pacific Asia Conference on Information Systems). Association for information Systems, AIS Electronic Library (AISeL), 2016. ( PACIS Proceedings ; 153).

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TY - GEN

T1 - CONCEPTUALIZING KNOWLEDGE RISK GOVERNANCE AS A MODERATOR TO POTENTIALLY REDUCE THE RISKS IN KNOWLEDGE SHARING

AU - Sarkheyli, Azadeh

A2 - Alinda Alias, Rose

A2 - Carlsson, Sven

A2 - Kajtazi, Miranda

PY - 2016

Y1 - 2016

N2 - Recent developments in Knowledge Sharing (KS) have heightened the need for security. However, there has been little discussion about ‘how to’ integrate security into KS models effectively. This research addresses this gap by proposing a KS Risk Governance (KSRG) framework and research model based on the framework to integrate security into KS through Knowledge Risk Governance (KRG). The role of KRG in the model is identified as a moderator which would influence on the risks of KS. The potential constructs for the model are identified through literature review. Social Exchange Theory (SET) is selected as theoretical framework to describe the KS behaviour and identify the formative constructs of KRG. The results of this study indicate that (1) SET factors are positively associated with KS behaviour, (2) KRG moderated the relationship between the SET factors and KS behaviour and (3) KS via KRG as a moderating construct will reduce the risks of KS. Therefore, KSRG framework provides a helpful guideline for senior managers auditing their organization's current KS strategy and requirements for reduction of KS risks.

AB - Recent developments in Knowledge Sharing (KS) have heightened the need for security. However, there has been little discussion about ‘how to’ integrate security into KS models effectively. This research addresses this gap by proposing a KS Risk Governance (KSRG) framework and research model based on the framework to integrate security into KS through Knowledge Risk Governance (KRG). The role of KRG in the model is identified as a moderator which would influence on the risks of KS. The potential constructs for the model are identified through literature review. Social Exchange Theory (SET) is selected as theoretical framework to describe the KS behaviour and identify the formative constructs of KRG. The results of this study indicate that (1) SET factors are positively associated with KS behaviour, (2) KRG moderated the relationship between the SET factors and KS behaviour and (3) KS via KRG as a moderating construct will reduce the risks of KS. Therefore, KSRG framework provides a helpful guideline for senior managers auditing their organization's current KS strategy and requirements for reduction of KS risks.

KW - Knowledge Sharing

KW - Social Exchange Theory

KW - Knowledge Sharing Risks

KW - Knowledge Risk Governance

M3 - Paper in conference proceeding

SN - 9789860491029

T3 - PACIS Proceedings

BT - PACIS 2016 Proceedings (Proceeding of the 20th Pacific Asia Conference on Information Systems)

PB - Association for information Systems, AIS Electronic Library (AISeL)

ER -