How do you involve and engage people in a decentralized company where its members have no formal obligation for knowledge sharing? To coordinate and transfer the knowledge generated in different environments, Odebrecht established a knowledge network in 1992. Since then, the network has worked to keep up with technological advances, market demands, and the needs of its members. In the process, Odebrecht has fostered a knowledge-sharing culture that ensures that all generated knowledge can be a source for learning. Dividing this topic into three main areas: recording, disseminating, and reusing, this presentation addresses this question and some strategies to overcome this challenge, as well as Odebrecht’s 24 years of experience in KM, with 10 KM initiatives, as culture changed from face-to-face to online interactions.
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