1. Build sharing information into weekly processes
Effectively communicating and sharing knowledge is all about building habits. If your team’s culture promotes processes to share information regularly, the team is far more likely to do it. Consider an app liketo share quick written status updates each week and keep the team aligned.
2. Provide feedback whenever information is shared
People want validation when they share something. This might be a quick reply to an email saying “Makes sense — thanks!” but that tells the person who shared that you took the time to read what they wrote and cared.