Greed, Knowledge Management Practices Corruption
Senaji, A. Thomas
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Given the ethical and moral issues that surround greed and the need to prevent corruption which it proceeds, it is suggested that greed and corruption propensities and their relationship in organizations be investigated together with the moderating role of knowledge management practices namely knowledge exchange, socialization and internalization. It is anticipated that measures of these propensities and the moderating role of knowledge management will be determined in order to help organizations manage their greedy tendencies hence reduce corruption.