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International differences in employee silence motives : scale validation, prevalence, and relationships with culture characteristics across 33 countries
Knoll, Michael (Author), Götz, Martin (Author), Adriasola, Elisa (Author), Bogilović, Sabina (Author), Černe, Matej (Author)

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Abstract
Employee silence, the withholding of work-related ideas, questions, or concerns from someone who could effect change, has been proposed to hamper individual and collective learning as well as the detection of errors and unethical behaviors in many areas of the world. To facilitate cross-cultural research, we validated an instrument measuring four employee silence motives (i.e., silence based on fear, resignation, prosocial, and selfish motives) in 21 languages. Across 33 countries (N = 8,222) representing diverse cultural clusters, the instrument shows good psychometric properties (i.e., internal reliabilities, factor structure, measurement invariance). Results further revealed similarities and differences in the prevalence of silence motives between countries, but did not necessarily support cultural stereotypes. To explore the role of culture for silence, we examined relationships of silence motives with the societal practices cultural dimensions from the GLOBE Program. We found relationships between silence motives and power distance, institutional collectivism, and uncertainty avoidance. Overall, the findings suggest that relationships between silence and cultural dimensions are more complex than commonly assumed. We discuss the explanatory power of nations as (cultural) units of analysis, our social scientific approach, the predictive value of cultural dimensions, and opportunities to extend silence research geographically, methodologically, and conceptually.

Language:English
Keywords:work organization, corporate culture, knowledge transfer, context, cross-cultural research, culture, employee silence, voice
Work type:Article (dk_c)
Tipology:1.01 - Original Scientific Article
Organization:EF - School of Economics and Business
Year:2021
Number of pages:Str. 619-648
Numbering:Vol. 42, iss. 5
UDC:331.108
ISSN on article:0894-3796
DOI:10.1002/job.2512 This link opens in a new window
COBISS.SI-ID:54152707 This link opens in a new window
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Record is a part of a journal

Title:Journal of organizational behavior
Shortened title:J. organ. behav.
Publisher:Wiley
ISSN:0894-3796
COBISS.SI-ID:212499 This link opens in a new window

Document is financed by a project

Funding Programme:Comisión Nacional de Investigación Científica y Tecnológica de Chile
Project no.:CONICYT FONDECYT/INI11160859
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Funding Programme:Universidad de Los Andes, Fondo de Apoyo para Profesores Asistentes
Project no.:P17.100322.004
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Licensing start date:03.03.2021

Secondary language

Language:Slovenian
Keywords:delovna organizacija, vodenje, kultura podjetja, prenos znanja

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