As an organization evolves, it accumulates diverse experience. Every new challenge presents opportunities to learn, innovate and solve. These experiences could be around strategies, processes, algorithms or domain-specific knowledge. It is important for an organization to syndicate this knowledge because it will equip the organization to deal a little better with a situation that has precedence and can ultimately lead to competitive advantage. When an organization is small, syndication is less of a challenge because everybody is aware of what others do. However, as an organization grows, operations become compartmentalized and knowledge sharing does not naturally occur; therefore, a more conscious effort is needed to implement an effective knowledge management system.
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