Just finished my column for the next edition of Inside Knowledge, exploring some of the barriers to knowledge-sharing in organisations. Why is it sometimes so difficult to motivate people to share good practices – or to encourage people to look to others for potential solutions?
I’ve looked into four syndromes which impact either the “supply side” or the “demand side” in any knowledge marketplace: Tall Poppy Syndrome, Shrinking Violet Syndrome, Not Invented Here Syndrome and finally TomTom Syndrome (aka “Real men don’t ask directions”!)
Here’s the video to go with the article…
Thanks to Geoff Parcell for providing the impromptu recording studio!