Sharing knowledge ..Easy or Hard ?
In every organisation, there are a number of knowledge that not be disclosed from personnel whether managerial or operational levels. So, the main reason for that is people believe that their own knowledge will be able to push them up into further level within organisation, which can bring them a higher position or salary. In addition, as organisation that they are working with is not their own organisations that make them more egoistic in terms of sharing knowledge. But, if that organisation is owned by them, surely, they will be able to share their knowledge without doubt. Hence, the best practice of sharing knowledge is basically based on people perceptions, which make them feel that an organisation that they are working with is belong to them. Then, sharing knowledge between personnel will be surely occurred.
However, that practice is not an easy deal in accordance with the explanations. So, motivating and inspiring them by leader or manager seems to be one of the best techniques. In addition, some people are still prevent themselves from sharing knowledge to others because they are willing to keep rather than share. Still, emotional aspect plays an important role for sharing knowledge rather than defined strategies or frameworks in some ways. Moreover, due to human being seems to be an uncontrollable factor even they are working or living, but, at least, sharing some of knowledge will surely occur if an organisation is deployed some previous practices rather than do nothing and there are nothing to share also.
Lastly, all those contents are based on my understanding with regard to knowledge management in some ways, which is not totally correct or reliable whereas I just want to share some of my ideas after do some researches about KM. Therefore, implementing what is suited for your organisational circumstances in accordance with sharing knowledge is the best practice, which I also strongly suggest on this point. Importantly, do not underestimate every single personnel within your firm because someday they might provide you a hugely increase of organisational performances that caused by their own knowledge.
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