What You Can Do to Improve Knowledge Sharing
Thursday, 1st November 2012
We all know how important it is for organisations to create and share knowledge. This is especially true in the legal sector, where knowledge of the law and legal subjects is what a law firm sells. Yet knowledge sharing within law firms can be especially difficult. There are many reasons why this is the case, but knowledge staff can take steps to improve knowledge sharing.
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