You can probably group whatever you've identified in one of five categories. That's the finding of an ongoing research project being conducted by McKinsey and Company.
The study has looked at the knowledge interactions of 235 knowledge workers at several global organizations. It defined knowledge interactions as "those involving only the knowledge in people’s heads, not data or basic information that can be downloaded through technology alone."
Researchers found half of all interactions are constrained by one of five barriers:
- Social or cultural