RT @MPuzzlePiece: Knoco stories: "What would it take, to get you to share more of your knowledge?" http://t.co/VtKuO7IG
""What would it take, to get you to share more of your knowledge"
This was a question Shell asked in an internal survey, several years ago, in order to understand the incentives and barriers for knowledge sharing. The top 5 answers were as follows
More feedback on use of the knowledge
Recognition from peers
Knowing that it made an impact
An easier way to do it
Thank you from colleagues
What's missing from this list? Money, hard incentives, and directives from management.
If you want people to share, then make it easy, free up some time from them, and give them feedback on the difference it made (including some "thank-you"s)"