Assessing Values in Online Technology Part 4

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Assessing Values in Online Technology. Here’s where we are in the series: Assessing Values in Online Technology – Part 1. Assessing Values in Online Technology – Part 2. Assessing Values in Online Technology – Part 3. Interviews. Mya Systems.

Most Important Developments for 1/22

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Start by conducting an exit interview with the person departing to find out what factors led to their decision. If you picked up concerns from the exit interview, weave them into the discussions to find out if those concerns are widespread.

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Part II “We Know More Than We Can Say: How to Use Tacit Knowledge

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. In Part I, I explained why “we know more than we can say” including, 1) how our brains store knowledge, 2) how we create knowledge 3) the values and relationships that are involved in tacit knowledge. I gave examples of situations in which knowledge workers, who understood something very deeply, were unable to clearly articulate what they knew to others, although they were themselves able to act on their deep knowledge.

4 Great Ways to Conduct Peer Assists: Transferring Knowledge Effectively

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In an earlier blog post I described a framework for Knowledge Transfer and explained that the choice of knowledge transfer process differs depending upon 1) what transfer problem the organization is trying to solve, and 2) the type of knowledge (e.g. But in several of the examples both implicit knowledge and explicit is transferred as well. The dinner is a way for the Barden team to express their gratitude to those who came to lend their knowledge.