Loose hierarchies for knowledge management
APRIL 10, 2013
Knowledge-sharing practices are highly contextual. This makes sense when you consider that knowledge sharing is deeply personal as well as social, so it reflects the larger culture and the particular workplace. A 2011 study (via David Gurteen ) concluded that even in the same company, knowledge management practices are different (note that the authors define Ba as shared context in motion ). For knowledge management today, industrial management just won’t cut it.