In any organization, sharing knowledge is incredibly vital to achieving to the process of collaboration and to improving performance. However, it's easy to come across conflict. When you don't have the proper tools (or culture for that matter) to efficiently create, store, organize and share knowledge, it becomes hard for everyone to be a part of that collaboration. But there's a way to solve the problem — creating a knowledge-sharing network.
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Robert Castaneda, founder and CEO of ServiceRocket, shares 8 tips to advance in any global labor environment in Publimetro, Santiago, Chile. ServiceRocket operates 5 global offices in Palo Alto, Kuala Lumpur, London, Santiago and Sydney. Learn more about what it's like to work at ServiceRocket.
When a conference speaker shows a quote at the beginning of a talk, says the quote “really pissed him off,” and then said that is what his talk is going to be about, I sit-up and listen. The problem is that I did not attend Monktoberfest 2013 live, so I had to sit-up straight at my desk in the office while watching the video.