Help Employees Create Knowledge — Not Just Share It
Harvard Business Review
AUGUST 15, 2017
Many leaders see organizational learning simply as sharing existing knowledge. This view of learning was the key driver of “knowledge management systems” that came into vogue in the 1990’s. These systems sought to make existing knowledge more accessible to those who might need it in the form of knowledge repositories that collected and indexed documents as well as directories of expertise that could point employees to others who had relevant know-how.