Knowledge Sharing Behavior: The Effect of Psychological Safety On Scope of BSC Implementation

Siti Rodiah, Ertambang Nahartyo

Abstract


This study aims to compare the influence of transformational leadership and transactional leadership on psychological safety. In addition, this study also examines the effect of psychological safety on the scope of BSC implementation through knowledge sharing behavior. This study used experimental design 2 x 2 between subject and independent t test to test hypotheses 1 and 2. While hypotheses 3 and 4 use hierarchical regression developed by Baron and Kenny (1996). The questionnaire was sent to 84 students MAKSI and MEP FEB UGM. Based on the results of hypothesis testing found that hypotheses 1, 2 and 3 in this study is supported while hypothesis 4 is not supported because it does not meet the requirements of mediation testing.


Keywords


Leadership Style, Psychological Safety, Knowledge Sharing Behavior, BSC.

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