Adnan Effendi


The study sets out to examine the effect of shared leadership on knowledge sharing within the team. Data was collected through a survey using a questionnaire to 157 respondents from 34 students organization in UNS and UGM. This study applies the regression to investigate the research model. The results showed that the shared leadership has a significant positive effect on knowledge sharing within the team. The implications of the review for future research and practices are also discussed.

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