Five Metrics to Assess Knowledge Sharing Programs



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From the Author: There are many measures that can help your organization understand both the adoption of knowledge sharing practices and the benefits you receive. The five measures presented in this article are ones that we believe are most helpful for all organizations, regardless of size or function. If you are sharing knowledge, these measures will report progress and reinforce behaviors.

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