Category Archives: Knowledge Management

From Training to Knowledge Discovery

If you search ‘define training’,  your DuckDuckGo or Google results will read all dog, leash, collar, bark collar and then nearly shock fence. Sound familiar? Maybe you’ve found yourself on both sides of ridiculous classroom scenarios as I have academically and professionally. If you’re a leader and the idea that your staff feel like dogs at times surprises you in the least, or if you’ve judged an investment–of time or money–in training, first take another look at this activity and how we engage with it.

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