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Understanding knowledge hiding behaviors in the workplace using a serious game data collection approach

Kaiyu Yang
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Vincent Ribiere
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Knowledge hiding, knowledge hoarding, and knowledge withholding have drawn increasing research attention in recent decades. Most researchers approached this topic by collecting quantitative data using questionnaires with self-reported scales. However, the underreporting nature of self-report measurement, particularly when studying sensitive and socially undesirable behavior, has been identified as a prominent limitation in extant research, which shows the urgent need for less biased and more innovative research methods. Scenarios incorporating critical incidents that represent a simulation of actual working conditions appear to be a relevant technique to address the above-mentioned shortcoming. Hence, an experimental design, adopting meticulously crafted scenarios, is worth investigating. This paper presents the value of using serious games/simulations to collect data related to knowledge hiding behaviors as well as the design stages of a knowledge hiding serious game
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hal-03944952 , version 1 (18-01-2023)

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Kaiyu Yang, Vincent Ribiere, Anne Bartel-Radic. Understanding knowledge hiding behaviors in the workplace using a serious game data collection approach. Online Journal of Applied Knowledge Management, 2022, 10 (3), pp.27-45. ⟨10.36965/OJAKM.2022.10(3)27-45⟩. ⟨hal-03944952⟩
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