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What Rasch Model Tells About Intergenerational Ambidextrous Behavior Among Knowledge Workers
Maria Grace Herlina, Dicky Hida Syahchari

Last modified: 2022-06-06


Knowledge workers are viewed as a critical resource for knowledge-based businesses in the knowledge era. Knowledge workers are those that are continually seeking innovative answers to problems. As part of human resource management, knowledge management makes it easier to produce, manage, and distribute the appropriate information to the right people in the right place at the right time. Knowledge sharing is the most crucial aspect of knowledge management. As older generations retire and subsequent generations take on leadership roles, the transfer of tacit knowledge is essential to the organization's sustainability. This study looks at the disparities in intergenerational knowledge workers' ambidextrous behaviors in the educational area. According to the Rasch Model, the hypothesis is statistically insignificant. It indicates no substantial variation in ambidextrous behavior among knowledge workers, in the educational area, based on age differences or intergenerational aspects. It implies that both generations of employees are naturally ambidextrous with little distinction.


Knowledge workers; Knowledge sharing; Intergenerational sharing; Rasch Model; Ambidexterity

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