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  1. Facebook as a Knowledge Sharing Tool

    The World is getting smaller! Just one click or one touch, almost every story in the world can be pierced to your eyes. While technologies keep growing with no limit, social network is also one of technologies that we should keep our eyes focused on. No one argue that “Facebook” is the most powerful social […]

  2. Facilitation

    To survive in today’s competitive environment, organizations need to find tools that will ease the process of knowledge capture and transfer in order to become learning organization. Facilitation is an essential tool to orchestrate the learning process, balance diverse opinions, and maintain momentum to achieve specific objectives as well as bring­ out knowledge and wis­dom […]

  3. Five Whys Technique

    Face to Face communication and Interviews are examples of effective techniques to capture a person’s tacit knowledge.  The key to successful knowledge capture is to identify the most knowledgeable person in a subject realm in an organization and interview him/her by asking open ended questions. This is an opportunity to deploy the “Five Whys “ […]

  4. Force Filed Analysis: The way to understand your barriers and their enablers

    Sun Tzu, one of the greatest military strategists in the world history, provided us the great strategy of all time “If you know your enemies and know yourself, you will not be imperilled in a hundred battles; If you do not know your enemies but do know yourself, you will win one and lose one; […]