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The Hallways of Learning

Conversation Matters

This was a group of about 20 researchers and, as the name implies, they studied workplace issues, including, environment, safety, labor, and management. Question 2 - there was a tremendous increase in knowledge of what others were working on. Cognitive Diversity.

Transferring Expertise: The Best Way to Move Tacit Knowledge

Conversation Matters

One of the really tough nuts to crack in KM has been how to transfer the knowledge of experts to those less skilled. If we are going to crack this nut, we need a better image – a more accurate way to think about how experts create and store the knowledge they use. A more accurate image would then allow us to think of better ways to transfer that knowledge to others. Teaching the skills to another embeds the knowledge more deeply, helping it to become increasingly tacit.

The Complexity of Transferring Lessons Learned from Projects

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The team that has learned something writes it up, then the team that needs the lesson reads the report – knowledge transferred, end of story. The fault, if there is one, is the lack of recognition of the complexity involved in transferring knowledge.

Collective Sensemaking: How One Organization uses the Oscillation Principle

Conversation Matters

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

Conversation Matters

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.

A Wiki for Generals

Conversation Matters

Here are a few examples of the kind of knowledge in those 100 manuals. In this time of accelerated change any organization’s principles and strategies require constant examination and challenge. But the opposite is true, it is at the policy and strategy level that organizations are in most need of the kind of on-going involvement and engagement that the new social media provide. There are even more examples of Generals actively supporting knowledge management activities.

How to Tackle the Engagement Crisis in a Remote Workforce?

Kea

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. How can organizations juggle such initiatives across diverse teams and locations?

The Essential Guide to Business Performance Management

Lattice

Employees want their work and performance to be managed. That's why business performance management exists — it's a way for managers to support and develop employees to empower their work. The key to business performance management is to not be a helicopter boss or demand perfection all the time. But it's worth it — the managers who nail business performance management are better at engaging, evaluating, and handling their teams.

Social Media in HR Summit, Dublin, Ireland ~ HR to HR 2.0 and.

Strategic HCM

1 global online influencer in talent management. #6 Employee Engagement Strategy: What’s Your Story? Social Advantage (Management 2.0 Knowledge Infusion Centre of Excellence. SuccessFactors Performance and Talent Management Blog. People management strategy.

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