The assumption underlying knowledge management efforts is that untapped power lies within an organization and needs only to be brought forth. But what if KM software, communities of practice and offsite team-building exercises are actually part of the problem? A forthcoming book on companies' social networks points out that collaboration has a cost, in the form of ever-more meetings and e-mails that serve to bog down employees rather than unleash them.
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