From NGOs with Knowledge: An Empirical Study on the Impact of Trust-Antecedents on Knowledge Transfer

Authors

  • Sheikh Shamim Hasnain The British University in Egypt

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.34190/eckm.23.1.526

Keywords:

Knowledge Transfer, Competency trust, benevolence trust, integrity trust, NGOs, Beneficiaries

Abstract

This study investigates three trust-antecedents (competence, benevolence, and integrity) those influence knowledge transfer.  These trust-antecedents play a key role in the transfer of knowledge from NGO employees to their beneficiaries. 2445 registered NGOs in Bangladesh are targeted for data collection. 460 useable questionnaires are taken into consideration (n=460) for the study. According to Correlations and Hierarchical Multiple Regression Analysis, these trust antecedents are having a significant positive impact on knowledge transfer.  Because it is single-country research, one of the study's weaknesses is that its generalizability may be restricted. Future researchers may carry out similar studies in different contexts.

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Published

2022-08-25