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How to Motivate Employees to Share Knowledge

Marshall's post on knowledge sharing hits on the constraints and motivations behind sharing. To start, organizational hierarchies inhibit employees from expressing their opinion due to their opinion not being respected in a top-down enterprise business. Secondly, this powers the fear of rejection felt by employees where sharing can create judgment and unhealthy confrontations.

Organizations need to inspire employees to share information that is valuable to the business. Marshall points to three main tips to accomplishing knowledge sharing at scale:

1. Provide a Knowledge Sharing Platform

2. Inspire with Your Leadership

3. Reward Employees

To expand further into these 3 tips, read Marshall's article below:


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