Re: Impact of remote work on knowledge transfer #remote-work #knowledge-transfer #knowledge-sharing
First, I hope you are reading Nonaka (and Takeuchi) so that you understand what they proposed in
Nonaka and Takeuchi theorized that the creation of knowledge is the result of a continuous cycle of four integrated processes: externalization, internalization, combination, and socialization. These four knowledge conversion mechanisms are mutually complementary and interdependent that change according to the demands of context and sequence Source: http://www.nwlink.com/~donclark/history_knowledge/nonaka.htmlThis might be helpful:
Image source: https://medium.com/@jakobwolman/why-i-share-tacit-vs-explicit-knowledge-1783ba0ef2a0
2) You might want to take a look at "The Phases of Remote Adaptation" by Darren Murph (Jan 28 2021). He works at GitLab. I think it is an interesting guide as to how a company might move from "all in office(s)" to "all out of offices." https://wrkfrce.com/the-phases-of-remote-adaptation/.
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