First published in the HRDIRECTOR, March, 2019, Issue 173. Reproduced with permission.
In a traditional command and control environment, it served a purpose for knowledge to be accessible only to the privileged few. But now, organisational structures must support and promote creativity at every level and not simply focus on efficiency; we need original thinking rather than implementation. Knowledge must be democratically shared and built upon, so that critical information is not locked in silos or, worse still, locked in people's heads.
View the full article by John Williams, CEO at the Agile Business Consortium, which appeared in the March edition of HR Director.
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