Our guidance on sharing the knowledge you have.
You can be sure that something is unwise but common if it appears in the Dilbert comic strip. In one, Asok asks Dilbert's team, "who wants to share knowledge with me via our new intranet collaboration software?" No one does. As they walk away, Dilbert's co-worker says, "I'm hoarding my knowledge in case I ever need it." Knowledge hoarding - where employees purposely keep critical knowledge to themselves - has a number of motivations. Your motivation, however, doesn't matter. Knowledge hoarding is bad for you and bad for the organization.
This Cast Answers These Questions
- Why Should I Share My Knowledge?
- Isn't It Better Keep It To Myself?
- How Do I Share Knowledge?
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