First session and already some new ways of thinking. I've already heard several people talk about NOT creating incentives to get employess to contribute to knowledgebases. Someone today even state that he ones who don't want to share are sometimes hiding processes or knowledge that they know are convoluted or non-optimal. The KB owners would rather recreate the process.
Also discussed that the boomer bubble that is leaving doesn't necessarily need the incentivies - they're motivated by the sense of leaving a legacy and take pride in handing off their knowledge. Combining this perspective with the Knowledge Cafe discussion last night regarding social capital, it's tempting to simply to ask for sharing and put a social capital system into place, then let that work for a while.