October 2005 Poll


CategoriesKnowledge Sharing
Poll StatusClosed
Date Poll Opened on 2005-10-11
Date Poll Closed on2005-11-03

Do you think people should be rewarded for sharing their knowledge?

Yes, they should be explicity rewarded

    43% (45 votes)
Yes, but only as part of the performance appraisal process

    24% (25 votes)
Their efforts should be rewarded by recognition only.

    27% (28 votes)
No special rewards or recognition should be given.

    6% (6 votes)

Based on 104 votes.
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