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How to Promote Knowledge Sharing in the Workplace

One of the most potent assets a corporation has is the combined knowledge and expertise of its employees. Unfortunately, much of this wisdom goes untapped in the day-to-day operation of a company. While people routinely apply their intelligence to perform their duties, they don’t often take the time to share their knowledge with their colleagues outside of specific task-oriented settings. As a result, they miss out on invaluable opportunities to share their ideas, learn new skills, and enrich one another as employees and as individuals.

A culture of knowledge sharing can’t be created overnight, but with the right values, tools and habits, any company can harness its team’s talents and increase the intelligence of the organization as a whole.

Read the rest of the post written by ReTargeter’s Hafez Adel on the BetterWorks blog.

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  • Very true!  I believe that team continuity is crucial in creating a positive work environment and in enhancing employees work habits. I have learned that sharing best practices has always created respect among employees and increased the overall intelligence within the organization.