The role of knowledge sharing in achieving high performance An exploratory study of a sample of the faculties of the University of Kufa
Keywords:knowledge sharing, high performance, faculties of the University of Kufa
The research aims to identify the role of knowledge sharing in achieving high performance for the faculties affiliated with the University of Kufa, considering this sector as one of the important sectors, and that the speed of developments by employing the role of knowledge sharing helps to grow the capabilities of the organization in multiple and different fields, and to clarify the relationship between the variables of the study was Formulating hypotheses about correlation and influence through the hypothesis of the study, which determines the nature of the relationship between the independent variable, knowledge sharing, and the dependent variable, high performance. The questionnaire was adopted as the main tool for data collection and analysis. The number of the sample was (170) people, represented by the college councils (the dean, the administrative and scientific assistant, the head of the department or branch), and for data analysis, he used (the statistical analysis program Axcel, Amos.V23, Spss.V23) and the statistical methods (arithmetic mean, deviation). Standard, coefficient of variation, relative importance, simple correlation coefficient (Pearson) to test the correlation hypotheses and simple linear regression to test the effect hypotheses.The researcher reached a number of conclusions, the most important of which is the existence of a good correlation and effect with a significant significance between the study variables (knowledge sharing, high performance).
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