It’s no secret you hold out on your colleagues
Fact Sheet & Media
Author(s): Galt, V.
Resource: The Globe and Mail
However much we like to think we’re team players, a surprising number of us withhold information from co-workers, researchers have found.
Moreover, we tend to deceive ourselves about what we are doing.
People who are asked for assistance will often play dumb, say they will help out, but stall as long as possible.
Some give co-workers a little information, but not enough to run with.
Many would deny they do any of this, but are quick to identify others who engage in such “knowledge hiding”.Go to article View all resources
Related Research Areas: Knowledge Hiding & Sharing