THE EFFECT OF KNOWLEDGE SHARING AND INDIVIDUAL INNOVATION CAPABILITY ON EMPLOYEE PERFORMANCE WITH WORK MOTIVATION AS AN INTERVENING VARIABLE
Faculty of Economics and Business, Dr. Soetomo University, Indonesia
This study examines the effect of Knowledge Sharing and Individual Innovation Capability on Employee Performance and examines the mediating effect of Work Motivation variables. The research method uses associative methods with sampling techniques using saturated samples taken from a total population of 85 people. Exogenous variables are Knowledge Sharing and Individual Innovation Capability while endogenous variables are Employee Performance and Work Motivation as intervening variables. The data collection method is carried out by making distributing questionnaires online through goggle forms and documentation studies. The analysis technique used is path analysis with the SEM-Structural Equation Modeling analysis method with the help of Smart-PLS software Version 18.104.22.168. The results showed that partially the variables of knowledge sharing and individual innovation capability affect work motivation, the variable of knowledge sharing has no effect on employee performance variables, the variable of individual innovation capability affects employee performance, the variable of work motivation has a significant effect on employee performance, there is an influence of variable knowledge sharing on employee performance through work motivation and there is The effect of individual innovation capability variables on employee performance through work motivation.
Keywords: Knowledge Sharing, Individual Innovation Capability, Work Motivation and Employee Performance.