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Symbiosis of Strategic Thinking and Planning

LDRLB

This value includes intellect, explicit knowledge, and relevant experiences. . “Leaders should not singlehandedly tackle strategy. Despite practical size limitations for effective teams, the fact remains that multiple perspectives bring value to the process.

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The Importance of “Know Why”?

QAspire

Understanding the purpose, context and meaning requires something more than simple “explicit knowledge”. In lean terms, doing everything else without knowing the purpose and meaning is a “waste” – because everything that is done without understanding the purpose is a cost.

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Project Management: Science? Art? Common Sense?

QAspire

It represents “explicit knowledge” about project management and a lot of people out there know these fundamentals. How to create a project plan, manage risks, track project, report status is all defined out there and a project manager has to be clear on those fundamentals. That’s the science part of it, and probably the easier one.

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Experience and Expertise – A Few Thoughts

QAspire

Another realization is that more knowledge does not always mean more expertise. Ability to execute that knowledge does. That is because most explicit knowledge is widely and freely available now. But to execute that knowledge well requires one to have implicit skills mentioned above.(You

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Help Employees Create Knowledge — Not Just Share It

Harvard Business Review

Process manuals rely on explicit knowledgeknowledge that can be written down and easily shared with others. Scalable learning focuses on creating environments where new tacit knowledge can be created and evolve as workers confront new situations. Individuals versus workgroups and networks.

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Bite Sized Insights on Personal Branding #IndiaHRChat

QAspire

Most professionals grow by staying on top of the explicit knowledge. To create a personal brand, you need to see nuances of your work, the subtle part of it. indiahrchat ( Link to Tweet ). - – - – -. Personal brands, almost always, focus on the implicit. indiahrchat ( Link to Tweet ). - – - – -.

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Ethics for Technologists (and Facebook)

Harvard Business Review

More people—smart and dumb, honorable and sleazy, careful and sloppy—will be running more and more experiments for you, with you and on you; sometimes with your explicit knowledge and consent, more likely not. (And “the internet of things” has barely begun…). Most of the times people won’t mind or won’t care….but

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