Influence of Intergenerational and Peer-to-Peer Knowledge Sharing on Academics' Creativity

  •  Dongxia Huo    
  •  Sarana Photchanachan    


The objectives of this paper were to study the different relationships between different types of knowledge sharing and academics' creativity and found these results: 1) Intergenerational Knowledge Sharing (IGKS) positively related to academics' creativity. 2) peer-to-peer knowledge sharing (PPKS) positively related to academics' creativity. 3) online knowledge sharing has a stronger influence on creativity than offline knowledge sharing. 4) Regardless of the communication method used, the positive impact of intergenerational knowledge sharing on academics' creativity is stronger than peer-to-peer knowledge sharing.

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