on the issue of methods in the study of organizational learning
Knowledge sharing is often addressed by way of knowledge as either codified or personalised and, thus, often relying on a transfer model in order for knowledge to be shared. In this paper, we tell a story of knowledge sharing by using a combination of pictures and texts to tease out the performance of rather than the intentionality of knowledge sharing. This highlights the tensions between the work practices of general management consultants in the sense that they often work alone and the organising of work that may or may not be supporting knowledge sharing. The contribution of our research speaks into the ideas of ‘bringing work back into organisation studies’ and to see organisations as ‘inhabited’.