THE INFLUENCE OF INDIVIDUAL PERSONALITY AND SOCIAL CAPITAL OF EMPLOYEE MOTIVATION ON KNOWLEDGE-SHARING ACTIVITIES (RESEARCH IN PT. PRO SISTEMATIKA AUTOMASI DKI JAKARTA)

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THE INFLUENCE OF INDIVIDUAL PERSONALITY AND SOCIAL CAPITAL OF EMPLOYEE MOTIVATION ON KNOWLEDGE-SHARING ACTIVITIES (RESEARCH IN PT. PRO SISTEMATIKA AUTOMASI DKI JAKARTA)

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Title: THE INFLUENCE OF INDIVIDUAL PERSONALITY AND SOCIAL CAPITAL OF EMPLOYEE MOTIVATION ON KNOWLEDGE-SHARING ACTIVITIES (RESEARCH IN PT. PRO SISTEMATIKA AUTOMASI DKI JAKARTA)
Author: Bestari, Dinda Kayani Putri
Abstract: Purpose – The purpose of this paper is to estimate the effect of individual personality to motivate employees PT.Prosia Jakarta in performing knowledge sharing activities, to estimate the influence of social capital on the motivation of employees PT. Prosia Jakarta in performing knowledge sharing activities and estimate the effect of social capital on knowledge sharing activities on employees PT. Prosia Jakarta. Design/methodology/approach – This study used a Partial Lease Square technique. Testing a structural model in PLS is done with the help of software SmartPLS ver 2.0 M3 for windows.The variables of this research can be classified into two, namely the latent variables and observed variables. Latent variables consist of two kinds, namely forming, exogenous (independent variable) with the notation (ξ) and endogenous (dependent variable) with the notation (η). At first exogenous latent variables (ξ1) individual personality has five observable variables. For the second exogenous latent variables (ξ2) social capital has four variables observed. Next to endogenous latent variables in this study is the motivation (η 1) has two measurable variables and knowledge sharing (η2) has six variables measured. Findings – Based on the data processing program Ver 2.0 M3 obtained SmartPLS social capital (MS) significantly affects motivation (MO). This shows the influence of social capital Jakarta PT.Prosia employee motivation for making knowledge sharing. The higher the social capital (trust, commitment, understanding the norm, and paradigms together), the greater the motivation (motivation either internal or external) the employee to perform knowledge sharing activities. Furthermore, social capital (MS) significantly affects the activity of knowledge sharing (KS). This suggests that higher social capital (trust, commitment, understanding the norms prevailing norms and paradigms together) it will be increasingly frequent employee knowledge sharing activity, and getting lower social capital (trust, commitment, understanding the norm, and the paradigm together) it will be increasingly rare employee knowledge sharing activity. Research limitation/implication –This study uses the employee's overall PT.Prosia as respondents, as many as 44 respondents. The results of this study can only represent characters PT. Prosia Completely. Practical implication –The findings of this study could help managers PT. Prosia as one of the company's efforts to minimize errors in the execution of a project that is influenced by the activity of sharing knowledge. Originality/value Although there are many descriptive studies on knowledge-sharing activities, this study addresses the dearth of empirical evidence based on individual personality and social capital of employee motivation. This study contributes to determine the effect of individual personality and social capital on employee motivation in PT. Prosia on knowledge sharing activities.
URI: http://repository.widyatama.ac.id/xmlui/handle/123456789/7787
Date: 2016-08-10


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