April 23, 2013

develop knowledge management or not

there are two opinions on knowledge management.

some people think knowlege management is necessary because knowlege sharing can increase the other employees performance. in addition, it is also a good way to encourage the communication among the company to close the relationship among the employees.

however, others show totally different opnion. they think the process of knowledge management should be long. thus it needs a large amount of cost. in the real life, some peope will leave the company after they get the knowlege. it is not worth for the company to do that knid of thing.

in my opnion, become the learning organization is a necessary thing for a developing company. but when the company in its way to the learning organization, they also need to develop the solutions to protact their own benifits.

for example, sign long time employeeing contracts with the employees or let the employees record their knowlege sharing expericance. Thus, even the worker left the company, others can also learn from the materials

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