Friday, November 30, 2012

6 ways to create a knowledge-sharing culture

No high-growth company will survive by operating in an information silo. Nor will the company grow its business using knowledge from a year ago, a month ago, or even last week. Instead, fast-growing companies must realize the importance of creating a knowledge-sharing culture to foster ideation, ignite innovation, and accelerate change.

Sharing knowledge is a fundamental component of Stroll's corporate culture, which I discussed in a previous post. There are several core ways we foster knowledge sharing, and we wanted to -- you got it -- share them to give you some guidance on building this crucial element into your company's culture.