Many things, from science, to markets and products, are evolving fast these days.
After a person gets her degree, chances are that their pace of learning slows down, at least in the fields outside her current position in the company.
- Creating a company library could be a good way to share knowledge between coworkers, and to bring new knowledge into the company.
- On the other hand it would need some budget and enough time to manage it, and it could become a useless burden if not properly done.
So, Is creating a company library a good way to improve the working environment? Is some data out there to back any perception/opinion?