New Perspectives on Rewards and Knowledge Sharing
Gee-Woo (Gilbert) Bock (National University of Singapore, Singapore), Chen Way Siew (National University of Singapore, Singapore) and Young-Gul Kim (KAIST, Korea)
Copyright: © 2005
Of the 260 responses from a survey of European multinationals, 94% believed that knowledge management requires employees to share what they know with others within the organization (Murray, 1999). Among the processes of knowledge management—creation, sharing, utilization and accumulation of knowledge—sharing is what differentiates organizational knowledge management from individual learning or knowledge acquisition.