Tacit knowledge; Job engagement; Effect of tacit knowledge transfer
This article starts with summarizing previous literatures, and the concepts of tacit knowledge, job burnout and engagement are introduced. Furthermore, some latest research achievements are involved. Then we propose our research model and hypotheses based on previous studies. Afterwards, the research methodology is described and the result is given. The result of our study demonstrates the relationship between job engagement and tacit knowledge transfer, which has not been tested by other researchers. We suggest that managers who want to promote the effect of tacit knowledge transfer should increase the degree of job engagement.
Key words: Tacit knowledge; Job engagement; Effect of tacit knowledge transfer
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