Knowledge and communication are two cornerstones of our society, of organizations and of our personal lives. In particular, the communication of knowledge is essential. Knowledge is the raw material of our future. The ability to exchange knowledge and generate knowledge cooperatively is a prerequisite and driving force for innovation.

What is knowledge? Where is it located? How do I gain knowledge? And above all, how can I fall back on my knowledge?

How do we succeed to communicate tacit knowledge to others? What listening qualities are needed to promote this type of communication? Under what circumstances does knowledge exchange succeed? How do we generate new knowledge?

I will address these and other questions in the contributions that I gradually create under this heading.