PSYCHOLOGICAL CONTRACT AND KNOWLEDGE MANAGEMENT PRACTICES: MODERATING ROLE OF ORGANIZATIONAL CULTURE

Abdul Saboor, Ch Abdul Rehman, Sumaira Rehman


DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.22555/pbr.v19i2.1455

Abstract


Organizations are fostering knowledge management practices
by highlighting the obligations and rights of the employer and
employees at the workplace. A culture of trust and knowledge sharing
can increase the awareness of rights, obligations, and responsibilities.
This study is conducted with the aims to examine the relationship
between psychological contract and knowledge management practices
by using the interactive role of organizational culture. For these
objectives, data were collected from faculty members of private and
public colleges and universities. Knowledge management practices
have a significant and positive relationship with relational
psychological contract and transactional psychological contract.
Furthermore, organizational culture has increased the relationship
between psychological contract and knowledge management
practices. The results are beneficial to understand the unique
relationships among the variables used for this study.


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