Who tells a story transfers tacit knowledge and creates new | Human Condition | Scoop.it

Some companies try to establish a knowledge management to promote the creation of new knowledge, and these efforts should seek to encompass also ways of dealing with the tacit knowledge. Storytelling can be one of these forms, not only of transferring knowledge but also create an environment that disrupts and also brings balance and relaxation.

 

I like that this article talks about storytelling and knowledge transfer, and that it mentions how sharing stories can also bring balance and relaxation. Yes!

 

The author discusses when knowledge transfer doesn't work and why storytelling does. Then he goes on to chat about how to best use stories for knowledge transfer.

 

Even better, the author poses several questions for us to ask when using stories in this way that is based on listening.  Lovely! I know you will enjoy this piece.

 

This review was written by Karen Dietz for her Just Story It Scoops at www.scoop.it/t/just-story-it ;


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