The Effect Of Knowledge Sharing Behavior In Mediating Relationships Between Leadership And Work Motivation On Employee Performance
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Investigation of the quality of education in Indonesia in the industrial era 4.0.
Background: Research explains the influence of leadership and work motivation on employee performance at private universities (PTS) within the province of Southeast Sulawesi which is mediated by knowledge sharing behavior.
Methodology: this study uses a survey approach and explanatory research. The sampling technique is probability sampling with the unit of analysis, namely employees of private universities (PTS). Data analysis was performed to test the hypothesis using PLS software.
Research results: the test results show that leadership has a positive and significant effect on knowledge sharing behavior and employee performance. Work motivation has a significant positive effect on knowledge sharing behavior and employee performance. Knowledge sharing behavior has a positive and significant effect on employee performance. The results also show that knowledge-sharing behavior has a good effect as a mediating variable between the influence of leadership and work motivation on employee performance with significant positive results and is fully mediating.