Increase employee knowledge productivity through knowledge sharing and knowledge adaptability




Knowledge Sharing, Knowledge Productivity, Adaptability


Given the expectations placed on workers' productivity at work, flexibility is a critical skill that all employees should possess. In this research, adaptability is a significant issue. In order to better understand how information sharing affects knowledge productivity among employees of Indonesian defense equipment companies, this study will look at how adaptability mediates that effect. With respect to 389 employees of Indonesian defense equipment businesses, this study aims to investigate this impact. The WarpPLS.7.0 program's Partial Least Square (PLS) analysis tool is used in the research data analysis approach together with descriptive statistical analysis. In this initial study, information sharing is looked at in relation to knowledge management, which directly impacts knowledge productivity. A mediating and moderating variable for the effect in this study is adaptability.


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Noermijati, N., Firdaus, E. Z., Kurniawati, D. T., Wijaya, M. A. D. I., & Sulastri, S. (2023). Increase employee knowledge productivity through knowledge sharing and knowledge adaptability. Revista De Gestão E Secretariado, 14(11), 19842–19858.