Despite the importance of faculty knowledge-sharing, as revealed in the review of literature, no study was found that explored the knowledge-sharing practices and beliefs among university business department faculty. For this study, university business professors were surveyed to elicit their perceptions about whether or not they believe knowledge-sharing practices are thriving within their departments. Professors rated their department knowledge-sharing practices decidedly low in three vital areas: teaching, scholarship, and culture awareness and understanding. Recommendations are made to enhance business department knowledge sharing.
Conrad, D., Dierberger, G., & Isaacson, M. (2019). The Management of Knowledge-Sharing in College Business Departments: A Study of the Perceptions of Business Department Faculty Regarding Knowledge-Sharing Practices. American Journal of Management, 19(1). https://doi.org/10.33423/ajm.v19i1.1337