Pulitzer Prize-winning author Dr. Charles Krauthammer admits, “I have a horror of the blank page.” You stare at the page, or screen. And it stares back. All of your knowledge, your expertise, your ideas, suddenly become jumbled and disjointed. You’ve created...
Your organization—and your mind—is filled with business-critical knowledge. Harvard’s Dr. Dorothy Leonard calls this “deep smarts.” This is the expertise, the know-how, the skills, the insight that are invaluable to the business and that “underlie future as well as...
Is your business bracing for the perfect storm? A graying workforce, increased job mobility, and alternative work arrangements are converging to create a clear and present danger: loss of organizational knowledge. Institutional “forgetting” impacts every facet of...
An LMS or Employee Education Portal can be the panacea to plenty of training problems. But how can you build a system that targets the people who need it most? Where should you spend your budget? What will have the greatest impact — and what can wait? You must first...
Want a leg up on the competition? Teach. Use your expert knowledge as a differentiator to create a palpable competitive advantage as a business and as an employer. All you have to do is capture the knowledge you already have and provide it to the right stakeholders....
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