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No company knowledge is ever useless. But knowledge is a whole lot more valuable when it’s possessed by the whole team, rather than a single worker or team.
As they work, employees stumble on ways to get the job done efficiently. When they share those insights, everyone benefits. But to make knowledge-sharing a cultural expectation, communication has to be a whole-company priority.
Especially with so many companies working remotely, communicating knowledge well can be a challenge. Popping over to someone else’s cubicle is no longer an option when employees are stationed in their homes. Sharing knowledge remotely means setting up processes and organization systems that can work from anywhere.
What does that entail? These six steps are key for knowledge management:
1. Create a Safe Environment for Sharing Knowledge
How can employees share information if they don’t feel safe express… Read More