Posted on : January 11, 2019
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Category : Management
The phrase “sticky information” refers to the idiosyncratic practices and vocabularies that develop within organizations—they’re “sticky” because they don’t transfer easily to other organizations, which may already have their own practices and vocabularies in place. Chicago Booth’s Ronald S. Burt explains how people with open networks can take advantage of sticky information by facilitating conversation and collaboration between disparate contacts.