The Power of Documentation: Sharing Knowledge to Empower Yourself and Others

We all have so much knowledge. The best thing we can do is to share it.

Hoarding information won’t make you irreplaceable. Recording it won’t make it easily accessible; Honestly, how many recorded meetings do you watch?

I highly recommend that you document as much as possible. The following are some examples of when you can do this:

  • You create, learn, or change a process.
  • You learn new terminology.
  • You think of something that would be useful when onboarding employees.
  • You gather a list of Subject Matter Experts for product features.
  • A colleague asks you how to complete a task.

If you know the content, I can assure you that it won’t take much time and it will help everyone be better.

Just document it!

See post on LinkedIn.

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