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Phat X. Chiem


Articles By Phat X. Chiem
Incentives used by private industries to promote knowledge sharing among their workers are inadequate to encourage the same level of sharing among workers in the public sector. Tighter budgets preclude most direct monetary incentives, and the level of delays and red tape dealt with by the average government worker can make knowledge sharing seem more of a bother than a boon. However, there are things that KM advocates in the public sector can do to encourage enthusiastic knowledge sharing among their workers.
Posted 27 Sep 2001
 
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