6 Reasons Employees Fail at Workplace Knowledge Sharing

Successful organizations view workplace knowledge sharing as the key asset to their well-built knowledge bases. The reason that makes their knowledge base strong is their continuous encouragement, support for teamwork, and a proper knowledge management system. Everyone is pursuing to achieve the organization’s goal, but at various times, the knowledge sharing might transition to ‘knowledge hoarding’.

The knowledge shared by employees is viewed as a part of the organization’s knowledge sharing culture, but many employees might not realize that. The difference in the perspectives of the organization and the employees creates barriers due to which the knowledge sharing culture seems to fail its purpose. Although the knowledge sharing culture is developed to improve the company’s productivity and efficiency, most employees are often unwilling to share the knowledge for many reasons.

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