A survey of 200 pharmaceutical scientists working in R&D in 63 Canadian and US pharmaceutical companies examined knowledge sharing. The study found that even among scientists who work for the same company, knowledge was not always shared freely. Results: 1. Assessment of a co-worker's reputation affected whether knowledge was shared. 2. Past behaviour influenced whether…

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10.4.4 Manage internal information & knowledge sharing

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