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Are People ready to share?
Hemali Bhatia, Media Management, India, Member
Very appropriately mentioned about the technology vendors. In my last 10 years of working on KM, I agree that culture is a limitation. If people are ready to share, only then can technology bring benefits. (...) Read more? Sign up for free

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Knowledge Sharing
Rudy Marianto Kaharmen, Lecturer, Indonesia, Member
That's the main problem.. How to make people eager to share their knowledge as still individual competition exists in the company...

Knowledge is Power
Peter Greenwell, Teacher, United Kingdom, Member
Knowledge is seen as power by many which is why a lot of people do not wish to share it.
We need to breakdown these barriers internally to obtain the benifits of their knowledge

Recognition of Knowledge Sharing
Genevieve Poncelet, Project Manager, Belgium, Member
People need individual recognition (by peers or by the enterprise).
Sharing knowledge could be part of the workers' job description and they should be evaluated and remunerated for that. Experts' papers could be published by the enterprise.

Managerial Techniques to Enhance Knowledge Sharing Among Employees in a Company
RASAK TOYIN K., Management Consultant, Nigeria, Member

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