The latter is defined as a set of separately identifiable assets that contribute to the company’s current and future profitability, but whose value does not appear on its balance sheet. We can enrich our knowledge and transmit it without reducing this level of knowledge. This is the whole point of the notion of knowledge sharing. Knowledge is not exclusive: whoever holds it does not prevent others from having it too. Sharing knowledge within a company, therefore, appears to be a way of creating value and making it sustainable.
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