The Effect Of Team Culture On Team Performance With The Moderating Role Of Knowledge Sharing At Christian Service University College, Ghana

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Due to the blurring of organizational boundaries and the proliferation of self-managed teams or autonomous work teams, subcultures or team cultures are becoming increasingly important to employees. Gaining a competitive edge by using teamwork depends on factors of culture, emotional intelligence, leadership skills, knowledge sharing behavior and so on which may ultimately influence team performance. The study aims to investigate the effect of team culture on team performance and the moderating role of knowledge sharing. The study employed quantitative research with explanatory study. The population of the current study was defined as 161 employees in Christian Service University College in the Ashanti Region of Ghana. The study used all the population as a sample size. The current study was conducted in the form of a survey, with data being gathered via a questionnaire. Respondents were motivated to respond to all the items in the questionnaire. Reliability test and correlation table, descriptive results, and hypotheses testing were analyzed. The study found that there was a positive and significant relationship between team culture and team performance. The study revealed that there was a positive and significant relationship between knowledge sharing and team performance. The result show that knowledge sharing showed a positive moderating role in the relationship between team culture and team performance.