For all the talk about networks and knowledge sharing, it appears many organizations arenâ€™t practicing it. How is your enterprise approaching these concepts?
Articles by Jay Cross
We’ve got to rid ourselves of the notion that learning is just the chief learning officer’s business.
Imagine having your own, custom version of the Internet running behind your firewall.
Groups of people, not individuals, are the key to producing value in the knowledge era.
To prosper in times ahead, we need to reconceptualize our relationship with books, the role of authors and how to make books better.
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