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Self-Learning and Self-Satisfaction

Vibha Mahajan, Jyoti Sharma

Abstract: The awareness towards organizational advantage through knowledge sharing among individuals has gained its significance globally. Numerous illustrations in the field of knowledge sharing behaviour indicate that in order to achieve the benefits of sharing knowledge within organizations, it is essential to understand the perceptions of individuals towards knowledge sharing behaviour. For this purpose, the middle management employees of the service sector in J&K region of India were surveyed to elicit the relationship between knowledge-sharing behaviour, self-learning through knowledge sharing, and self-satisfaction with respect to learning through knowledge sharing. The end results of the study indicate a positive relationship between all the variables. Recommendations in the present study have been made to enhance knowledge sharing among individuals of the service sector. This study contributes to the knowledge sharing behaviour literature from the individual perspective.
Keywords: surveyed / Satisfaction / knowledge sharing among individuals / knowledge sharing behaviour / service

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