Dr. Noam Koriat
Research Title: Implications of Employment Contracts on IT Personnel Knowledge sharing
The existing research literature suggests that six main factors influence the collaborative behavior of workers. Collaborative behavior has a crucial impact on the thriving of an organization and its human capital, being a necessary condition for motivating workers to share and exchange their knowledge. The relevant factors are: the workers’ identification with the organization; self, means and external efficacy; human resource management practices; perceived organizational support. While previous studies have dealt with these factors as sub-groups, the current study proposes and tests an integrative model that combines all of them, and adds a new factor: employment contract. The model was validated on IT workers from several sectors.
Koriat, N., & Gelbard, R. (2018). Knowledge Sharing Motivation among External and Internal IT Workers. Journal of Information & Knowledge Managemen
Koriat, N., & Gelbard, R. (2017). Knowledge Sharing Analytics: The Case of IT Workers. Journal of Computer Information Systems.
Koriat, N., & Gelbard, R. (2015). Insourcing of IT Workers: A Win-Win Strategy ‑ Economic Analysis of IT Units in Israeli Governmental Offices. In R. Wolf, T. Issa, & M. Thiel (Eds.) Empowering Organizations through Corporate Social Responsibility (pp. 241-254). Hershey, PA: Business Science Reference. doi:10.4018/978-1-4666-7294-9.ch012
Koriat N. & Gelbard R. (2014). "Knowledge sharing motivation among IT personnel: Integrated model and implications of employment contracts". International Journal of Information Management, Vol.34(5), 577-591.