“Shared knowledge – Towards a new model of business organisation” was created with a view to restore the fair value of the individual within the organisational chart so as to carry out a deep and sweeping change in the whole landscape of business social relationships and encourage the willingness of everyone to share the knowledge with the others.
The scope is to encourage the inception of organisational models that can increasingly fit to the needs of the people, to their desires and changes over time, so as to ease the formation of a trailblazing energy that pushes people towards a different way of understanding the relationships among each other and seize each and every opportunity offered by the shared knowledge.
It aims to promote the progress of man towards a new direction and to support him in the demanding task of overcoming the limits imposed by the fragmented knowledge that hinders the interpersonal communication by blocking the access to other forms of knowledge and reducing the individual vision of the manufacturing processes and, as a consequence, of the whole business organization.
The hierarchical role can be moulded thanks to the inclination to discuss, listen and really understand the different expertise deployed by everyone, encouraging them through the involvement to light up that “hidden” side of their knowledge whose regained value is essential for the achievement of the company’s goals.
In a horizontal communication model, people bring into being a sort of cognitive cooperation that promotes the creation of new individual knowledge through a series of personal among members of the organisation; the latter can encourage the assimilation of the joined combination of ideas and the unfolding of the mutual influence that the organisation’s members exert on each other.
If we operate on the interaction level, we can influence the development of new relational systems that, thanks to the cooperation, are effectively able to steer people towards the idea of shared forms of dialogue whose gaze is projected to the holistic dimension of the organization.
“No bird soars too high if he soars with his own wings” (quote taken from “The Marriage of Heaven and Hell”, W. Blake): everyone, feeling welcomed, is motivated to do intended as common good and co-operate so as to create the common good by freely putting their own ideas and expertise in use to the organisation.