Some of my theoretical influences
- On the ineffable tacitness of knowledge (eight2late.wordpress.com)
- Escaping the Knowledge Management Black Hole: New Approaches to Leveraging Organisational Wisdom Using SharePoint (slideshare.net)
- Booked up [Tim Kidson] (ecademy.com)
- John Tropea: 2 aspects in tacit knowledge (johntropea.tumblr.com)
- The Four Stages of Knowledge Management (nugrohoariefp.wordpress.com)
- Locating Forms of Explicit and Tacit Knowledge within my Practice: (charliebarnesartist.wordpress.com)
- Theorizing Knowledge in Organizations (nugrohoariefp.wordpress.com)
- Mining for knowledge in a social word (ericbrown.com)
Today’s post is by bestselling author Seth Kahan. It’s an excerpt from his book Getting Change Right: How Leaders Transform Organizations from the Inside Out. You can learn more about him and his book at the end of the post.
In the conclusion to this post I would like to highlight the following:
“Most importantly by engaging our stakeholders using social construction you will be able to:
– Penetrate the demands and clutter that are part of business life.
– Break through the assorted messages the media constantly delivers.
– Get people’s attention and move forward to help them engage, get involved, and begin contributing.
– Coordinate this activity without formal authority.”
Check it out, great article:
Leaving aside all the political correctness and the soft pseudoscience, what really, honestly motivates you to perform better at work?
Interesting site, great graphics: