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8 Tips for Creating a Learning Culture

8 Tips for Creating a Learning Culture | How to make organisations more successful | Scoop.it

The ancient wisdom that learning never ends is of great modern importance. Company leaders are embracing how important adaptability is to thriving in today’s quick-changing business environment. And employees from the next generation expect a workplace that will continually feed their minds and build their skills. Indeed, training and development opportunities are the most popular benefits an employer can offer to Millennials, according to Deloitte’s 2016 report on corporate learning trends. 

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The 12 Trends That Will Rule Products In 2013

The 12 Trends That Will Rule Products In 2013 | How to make organisations more successful | Scoop.it
Near the end of 2012, a group of us at Ziba got together to review what we’d learned over the course of the year.
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Whether these observations are trends or reflections of a more stable human factor, I think they will not only be useful in 2013. 

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Own Your Life and Career: 8 Steps to Achieving a Leader's Mindset

Own Your Life and Career: 8 Steps to Achieving a Leader's Mindset | How to make organisations more successful | Scoop.it

In my work as an executive coach to help others build vision, voice, and followership -- one of the biggest steps you can take for your career and life is to take the baby steps towards seeing yourself as "an owner." (Take ownership of your career...


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I believe organisations get better with people taking ownership within their context. Big or small, formal or informal, if you have something valueble to contribute, you should take ownership of that.

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Nine Techniques for Overcoming Change Resistance

Nine Techniques for Overcoming Change Resistance | How to make organisations more successful | Scoop.it
Our other article on Strategies for Managing Resistance to Change explained the four types of resistance and the six classic strategies for dealing with resistance. It was based on the fundamental ...
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it's not that people don't want to change, they simply do not like to be changed. But without turning this article into a simple to-do list, it contains a lot of useful observations.

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Anecdote: In praise of small stories

Anecdote: In praise of small stories | How to make organisations more successful | Scoop.it
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Right now I'm involved in a project where we are looking at small stories as a way to make intangible improvements visible. These are some useful insights.

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Don’t have a plan to capture tacit knowledge? Your KM strategy is incomplete.

Don’t have a plan to capture tacit knowledge? Your KM strategy is incomplete. | How to make organisations more successful | Scoop.it

"Knowledge Management professionals acknowledge that the two main types of knowledge are tacit and explicit. The differences between the two are vast, yet only one is the most important: tacit. Despite the fact that many Knowledge Management (KM) researchers believe that around 80% of organizational knowledge consists of tacit knowledge, there are far more KM tools available for capturing explicit knowledge. Why is this?"


Via David Hain, ThePinkSalmon, MyKLogica, juandoming, Gust MEES
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I'm interested in making organisations more effective by letting members of that organisation collaborate more effectively. the added value of an organisation comes from its people, more than from processes or technology. Collaboration, like sharing tacit knowledge, is a social process. I think this article is interesting for me because it provides a little bit of background on the nature of knowledge.

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Allan Shaw's curator insight, February 14, 2013 6:28 PM

This will ring true for those working in large complex school environments. Leading 'horizontally' as well as 'vertically' becomes important.

Ana Dias's curator insight, February 18, 2013 10:00 AM

Setup a motivation strategy in order to pull colleagues to share their knowledge.

carmendsw's curator insight, February 19, 2013 4:26 AM

Around 80% of organizational knowledge consists of tacit knowledge. we need to create opportunities and incentives for joint learning, sharing of insights, reflection and mentoring.