Organizational knowledge has long been considered a valuable asset that when effectively managed can lead to growth and profitability. The paper explores the different types of knowledge, why individuals are unwilling to share their knowledge, and how organizations can promote knowledge sharing.
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Cook, Jack; Hunt, Christopher; McCullot, Jeff; and Srymanski, Amber, "Organizational approach to knowledge sharing" (2003). Accessed from
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