Knowledge Sharing – Part 2
How Knowledge Sharing works and how to reap its benefits
Enrich your corporate DNA
58% of global employees don’t know their company vision
Corporate culture regroups beliefs, behaviors, attitudes and values of a company. But it can also refer to the interactions between employees and managers, as well as the way employees are integrated to the company.
Shared knowledge has to be collected and used to create a powerful culture strategy.
Culture data represents a major advantage for companies. Moreover, knowledge management can improve this corporate culture.
“Transparency and sharing of info are essential to create a context of trust and con dence”
(Willem Van Twembeke, CEO GDF Suez Energy International)
To improve corporate culture, Knowledge Management has to:
- Frame responsibility
- Encourage employee contribution
- Allow valuable feedback through collective channels
For more details, check out our second chapter of the Knowledge Sharing white paper