How to Get Your Employees to Share Their Knowledge
Infographic by Market Inspector
Knowledge is one of the cornerstones of today's economy where knowledge-driven companies have been thriving in recent decades.
Employees in these companies are the most important asset and the driving force keeping businesses going. Employees know more about the business than one might think, so it's the manager's job to utilize and spread the flow of knowledge.
However, this is easier said than done. There could be several reasons why employees will intentionally not share knowledge with their co-workers. It is crucial to uncover the underlying reasons for a lack of knowledge sharing, in order to counteract this dilemma.
It is important to make the distinction that knowledge sharing is not about getting your employees to blindly give away everything they know.
Rather, it's about using judgement to evaluate the relevancy of the knowledge each time. It's about cultivating an appropriate knowledge sharing mindset and then supporting it with the appropriate technology.
The following infographic by Market Inspector will touch up on the basics of how you can get your employees to share what they know.
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