Inside Knowledge: Rediscovering the Source of Performance Improvement download epub
by Steven A. Cavaleri,David S. Fearon
Inside Knowledge offers seven pragmatic principles that allow any person working in any kind of organization to create and continuously improve knowledge for improving performance.
Inside Knowledge offers seven pragmatic principles that allow any person working in any kind of organization to create and continuously improve knowledge for improving performance. You will need Adobe Acrobat to view this pdf file. Inside Knowledge: Rediscovering the Source of Performance Improvement weaves a suspenseful tale of how several employees working in the fictional Grand Bay company discover how to leverage their knowledge to radically improve performance.
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Pragmatic knowledge results from continuous experimentation to enables employees to discover new ways to view their work and to improve performance, and is the result of the collaboration of both types of operational employees – workers and managers. Their interactions focus on discovering what works best in practice, and this refines the knowledge that drives performance improvement.
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An important source of knowledge for such learning is project documentation, which codifies the experiences of completed projects (. Reference: Double-Loop Learning in Project Environments: An Implementation Approach.
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Category: Business & Money
Subcategory: Management & Leadership
Publisher: ASQ Quality Press (July 21, 2005)
Pages: 304 pages