Universities are considered places, where knowledge is created and shared among the faculty members. In developing countries, academic institutions, especially universities in the private sector are facing the problem of qualified and committed faculty to disperse knowledge and expertise. Therefore, this investigation intends to analyze the role of organizational commitment (OC) in the connection between knowledge sharing (KS) and organizational citizenship behavior (Lau et al.) among the faculty of universities basedin the north of Pakistan. A knowledge-sharing culture simplifies the exchange of information, OC enhances the level of attachment and OCBs stimulate extra-role behaviors. Data is gathered from 215 faculty members serving in private sector universities, findings reveal that organizational commitment exerts a mediating influence in the association between knowledge sharing and OCBs. Results confirm that if knowledge-sharing culture is provided, academic staffs are likely to achieve a higher level of OC, subsequently enhances the level of OCBs. The study is pivotal for policymakers and has precise directions for the administration of universities.
Knowledge Sharing, Organizational Citizenship Behavior, Private Sector, North Region; Random sampling Techniques
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