Monthly Archives: August 2020

5 top tips to encourage brave knowledge sharing

“I’m not pro-failure, I’m pro-learning.” Astro Teller, Google X. “Failure is not a bug of learning, it’s a feature.” Rachel Simmons, Smith College. “The greatest enemy of learning is knowing.” saying/proverb Sometimes it can be incredibly difficult to persuade people … Continue reading

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Learning, unlearning and new learning

Whilst we think a lot about creation of new knowledge in KM – learning from experiences, learning from databases, learning from each other – one thing we talk less about is the need for unlearning as well. People, especially experienced … Continue reading

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