Korea Herald: Knowledge management sweeping Korea’s corporate landscapeKorea Herald: KM sweeping Korea's corporate landscape
There are also cultural reasons. Korean people, though not all, tend to prefer intuition and unwritten know-how to detailed manuals and boring instructions. And working for info-tech ventures does not necessarily mean that all the employees are familiar with the nuts and bolts of knowledge management.
Such problems have long been identified and top managers have vigorously set up incentives aimed at persuading employees to post their knowledge in the database. Special bonuses, prizes and other motivating items have been offered to those who are willing to share what they know with co-workers.
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