Abstract-Vol-1-Issue-2 Shenaaz Emambuccus and Sheereen Fauzel

An Investigation of Educators’ Motivation and Knowledge Sharing In
The Mauritian Secondary Education Sector

Shenaaz Emambuccus and Sheereen Fauzel
University of Technology, Mauritius
University of Mauritius

Abstract: Education is a vehicle that shapes the growth prospects of a country. Free education is provided in Mauritius. A critical challenge facing schooling system today is how to keep Educators satisfied, dedicated and committed in such a way that they bring out their best in the school environment for the benefit of students and the society at large. It is now being increasingly recognised that teacher motivation should be enhanced for the purpose of improved educational outcomes. This study contributes to the advancement of theory in two key ways: firstly, it simultaneously investigates both extrinsic and intrinsic motivators affecting employee knowledge sharing behaviours. Second, this study proposed a theoretical model that combines a motivational perspective with theory of reasoned action to illustrate the relationships between different kinds of motivation (extrinsic and intrinsic) and employee knowledge sharing attitudes and intentions.

Keywords: industrial park, reputation, economic development, empirical research.









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