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“They spake not a word. But, like dumb statues, or breathless stones, star'd on each other, and look'd deadly pale.” Shakespeare’s Richard III. Image:  15th Century tapestry showing Richard III, Coventry Guildhall

Why Employees Hide Their Knowledge and How to Encourage Sharing

Idea posted: July 2014
  • Strategy
  • Leadership & Change
  • Learning & Behaviour

Employees who refuse to share knowledge, either by playing dumb, being evasive, or saying that other factors are to blame, undermines the cooperation, efficiency and effectiveness of organizations. Understanding how perpetrators and targets view the damage from knowledge hiding is an important step in preventing this behaviour.

Idea #420
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The White Rabbit, by Sir John Tenniel (1820 –1914), an illustration from the original edition of Lewis Carroll’s Alice in Wonderland

How to Ensure Knowledge Sharing under Pressure

Idea posted: June 2014
  • Strategy
  • CSR & Governance
  • Leadership & Change
  • Learning & Behaviour

Knowledge sharing among employees is vital to an organization’s success. But increasing time pressure makes employees less willing to break away from their tasks and deadline work to help others. In a busy and competitive environment it is up to organizations to help relieve this pressure.

Idea #392
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