The Effect of Practicing Knowledge Sharing Behaviors on the Quality of Information (An Experimental Study Assessing the Opinions of Faculty Members at Sumer University)

Doaa H. Naeem, Joumana A. Younis, Nabila Abbas


The research objective is to determine the impact of practicing knowledge-sharing behaviors on the quality of information. The descriptive-analytical approach and the questionnaire tool were utilized to collect quantitative data. The questionnaires were distributed to the faculty members at Sumer University. The research used simple random sampling of 150 professors at Sumer University and subjected them to statistical analysis. The questionnaires were distributed via e-mail and social media, the latter were checked and the invalid ones were excluded. Results were analyzed by the statistical program SPSS, V.25. The research reached a set of conclusions, the most significant of those results was: that knowledge sharing behaviors (knowledge transfer, knowledge exchange, knowledge change) have achieved a total average (3.63) with a good degree of appreciation among the faculty members at Sumer university. The quality of information from the perspective of the sample was good since the total weighted arithmetic average was 3.48. Also, the research study confirmed the existence of a correlation and positive cause and effect relationship between knowledge sharing behaviors and quality of information quality. The results confirm that the knowledge change dimension is the most influential in the quality of information from the viewpoint of the faculty members at Sumer University.

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