hoarding knowledge ultimately erodes your power.
If you know something very important,
the way to get power is by actually sharing it.
Joseph L. Badaracco
(*1948, professor of Business ethics at Harvard Business School)
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how much and in what ways we can assist each other
through sharing expertise and knowledge.
(*1949, Barbadian politician)
until corporations realize it’s not about
how you capture knowledge but
how you create and leverage it.
(*1952, Swiss educational theorist and practitioner)
everyone with more knowledge.
(Cuban-born, founder of Readers Are Leaders U.S.A.)
when they stopped keeping secrets.
(*1957, American computer programmer, and author)
you are no different from the guy
false workers’ compensation insurance claims.
(American consultant knowledge management)