Today, knowledge is not power, but sharing knowledge is. If you look at the traditional business hierarchy—the same one adopted from the militaryyears ago—the top of the pyramid represents the C-suite, the founders, or those who have the most influence by way of sheer rank or tenure. But does this make sense? Executives at the top of the pyramid must (theoretically) know as much as possible about the company in order to run it effectively and to make the most informed decisions. But what happens as you traverse downwards through the ranks toward the lower levels of the pyramid?
Knowledge sharing is what empowers people to make accurate and timely decisions.
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