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Collective Sensemaking: How One Organization uses the Oscillation Principle

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Some 90 consultants work with client organizations on strategy, change, workplace learning, leadership, and development. The consultants work on client projects in small ad hoc groups formed around topics of joint interest, for example, knowledge productivity or sustainable business.

A-Space (Facebook-like) Is Making a Difference Across the U.S. Intelligence Community

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This report provides an overview of an exploratory scientific, qualitative study conducted by the Defense Intelligence Agency’s (DIA) Knowledge Laboratory in April- June of 2009. The primary benefit that A-Space brings to analytic work is a venue for seamlessly incorporating cognitive diversity to address complex analytic issues. Research indicates that cognitive diversity, (e.g. I'm posting the Executive Summary of a study I conducted with the Defense Intelligence Agency.

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Organizational Studies that Don't Just Sit on the Shelf: Participatory Action Research

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The first principle is to have as a principal investigator a social scientist that is knowledgeable about how to conduct qualitative research to insure both the reliability and validity of the study. Tags: Knowledge Management Strategies Change Management

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How to Tackle the Engagement Crisis in a Remote Workforce?

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But today, expanding internet connectivity and the rise of knowledge-based economies is enabling organizations to hire skilled workers across geographical boundaries of states and even countries. From improved productivity to reduced overheads, the benefits of a remote workforce are plenty.