When those who know won’t share
Fact Sheet & Media
Author(s): Korkki, P.
Resource: The New York Times
There is no “I” in team, we are told. It’s important for workers to share information and collaborate. So why would employees deliberately hide knowledge from their colleagues? And yet they do, all the time.
Knowledge-hiding in the workplace is common and takes different forms, some more harmful than others, according to new research by Catherine E. Connelly, an associate business professor at McMaster University in Hamilton, Ontario, and David Zweig, an associate management professor at the University of Toronto, Scarborough.Go to article View all resources
Related Research Areas: Knowledge Hiding & Sharing