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Journal:   QUANTITATIVE RESEARCHES IN MANAGEMENT   SUMMER 2014 , Volume 5 , Number 2; Page(s) 15 To 32.
 
Paper: 

DENTIFYING AND RANKING IN FLUENLING FACTORS OF ORGANIZATIONAL COMMITMENT ON KNOWLEDGE SHARING WITH MCDM APPROACH

 
 
Author(s):  TABATABAEI MANAEI SEYED VALLY, MODERI MAHMOOD, ASKARI FAHLYANI SOMAYEH
 
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Abstract: 

The present study is designed to determine the impact of factors influencing the organizational commitments of the employees of Central Insurance Company of Islamic republic of Iran on knowledge sharing of employees and most importantly, identifying and ranking these effective factors. This study was carried out using survey method considering the nature of descriptive researchand the employees of Central Insurance Company of Islamic republic of Iran selected as population. Firstlyaccording to the opinion of scientist and experts, sixteen effective factors on organizational commitment of the employees identified using Delphi Technology and the population divided into four managerial/organizational groups of job, environmental, physical and individual factors. Confidence, learning, rewarding system and information technology factors has been identified as knowledge sharing components. These factors are finally ranked through FTOPSSDEMATEL-FAHP techniques.
This study indicates that organizational criteria factors (such as organizational justice, leadership style, appreciation of employees and collaborative management) and job factors (such as job security, lack of conflict and ambiguity, and interest in job and job satisfaction) are definitely influence the systemin comparison with other organizational commitment factors that influence the knowledge sharing. Meanwhile individual factors (such as accountability, effective expertness, need for success, allegiance and adherence to effective principles) and physical factors (such as intimacy between employees and managers, effective feeling of safety and comfort and being respected in impressionable work) and rewarding system factor (knowledge sharing criteria) are ranked as intermediate factors which are less important regarding the cause and effect relation.

 
Keyword(s): ORGANIZATIONAL COMMITMENT, KNOWLEDGE SHARING, EMPLOYEES, DELPHI TECHNIQUE, CENTRAL INSURANCE COMPANY OF ISLAMIC REPUBLIC OF IRAN
 
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