How to motivate employees and overcome objections in a culture of knowledge sharing

Creating a knowledge sharing culture is ultimately about making knowledge sharing the norm in your organization. Cultural norms are part of the company paradigm and this is often a subconscious viewpoint or worldview that is not necessarily communicated vocally in the organization. With respect to the company’s paradigm, it might help to take a step back and observe your team’s individual values and embrace those that exemplify the collective’s most powerful and productive aspects.