Thomas Davenport and Laurence Prusak - Velocity and Viscosity - 1998
Davenport and Prusak introduce the concept of Velocity and Viscosity in their book, Working Knowledge (1988):
Velocity - the speed with which knowledge moves through an organization.
Viscosity - the richness or thickness of the knowledge transferred.
For more information, see Velocity and Viscosity
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