Purpose: The purpose of this paper is to determine the impact of ethical climate on creative problemsolving capacity. The paper also aims to identify how knowledge sharing and affective commitment influence this relationship. Design/Methodology/Approach: This is quantitative descriptive study applied on human resource employees working in companies belong to four different sectors in Saudi Arabia.115 responses were used to test research model using Partial Least Square approach. Findings: The results reveal that ethical climate indirectly affect creative problem-solving capacity through knowledge sharing. In addition, affective commitment moderates the relationship between knowledge sharing and creative problem-solving capacity. Research Limitations/Implications: The study conducted only in Saudi Arabia so results cannot be generalized. The study demonstrates the role of ethical climate, knowledge sharing, and affective commitment on enhancing creative problem-solving capacity. Originality/Value: The paper broaden knowledge on antecedents of creative problem-solving capacity. In addition, the paper extends the line of research on affective commitment by examining its moderating role on the relationship between knowledge sharing and creative problem-solving capacity.
Author (s) Details
Soad Abdullah Almeshal
Department of Marketing, College of Business Administration, King Saud University, Saudi Arabia.
Ghada Nasser Aloud
College of Business Administration, King Saud University, Saudi Arabia.
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