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Sharing Hidden Know-How's Origins: Childhood Curiosity

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While running outside in the spring air, I picked up a shiny bottle top. As I discarded it, I remembered, as a kid, picking up things like bottle caps, shards of sea glass, and rings of plastic. My parents looked on with horror as I filled the kitchen sink with “art materials” from my wanderings and cleaned them for their next act. I’d imagine them as my future Barbie mirror, collage, or puzzle. By Katrina Pugh, March 13, 2011

Get Your Team to Share Information that Matters Most

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This is an interview between Wayne Turmel, author of the Connected Manager Blog on BNET, and Kate Pugh author of Sharing Hidden Know-How (Jossey-Bass/Wiley, 2011) The topic of the conversation was, "How do managers of virtual gatherings help get out tacit knowledge?" The actual blog post (abbreviated) is at the Connected Manager Blog http://www.bnet.com/blog/virtual-manager/get-your-team-to-share-the-information-that-matters-most May 20, 2011. (View the BNET post using Chrome or firefox; IE is not working as of 5/25/11)

How Big Banks Can Fix Their Leadership Blindspots (Reuters)

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In the jitteriness over the stock market’s worst quarter in two years, a racing volatility index, and protests spreading across the nation’s major cities, all bank leadership (and perhaps all corporate leadership) needs to ask a fundamentally new question: “What blindspots are dogging us?”  This hardly seems like a radical question. After all, most arbitrators make their money off of other people’s blindspots by seeing around corners where others can’t. Reuters Great Debate Blog, by Katrina Pugh, October 18, 2011.  (Please click here to continue reading  

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