I’m currently helping a client develop their knowledge strategy. We’ve decided to include knowledge sharing principles. I believe principles should be clear, unambiguous and emphatic and everyone should know whether they are adhering to the principles or not. More importantly the organisation should decide together what should happen when the principles are transgressed. Are there any biggies I’ve missed? I probably should keep it to 7 or so.
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