I chilled on one of those park benches after my 30-minute jogging stint this morning. While deeply inhaling the nippy, clean air to cool down the palpitating system, I watched other souls get their bit from the track. Somewhere, this five-minute interlude stimulates some sort of reflection on things. And, this morning was no different.... Continue Reading →
HOW KNOWLEDGE MANAGEMENT (AND MASTERY) IS SO PERSONAL!
Gaining 'true' knowledge and transitioning it into wisdom is quite a personal and elusive experience... elusive because it primarily works on two drives. The first is our intrinsic motivation to learn and keep learning. The second is HOW this motivation gets us fired up. Interestingly, there are no set rules here. It's so personal and... Continue Reading →
L&D should shift gears from 'training people' to 'being with people'!
Because that's where great insights lie. Mingling with people helps watch them up close, empathize with their challenges and understand their varying degrees of knowledge. These insights trigger a reflection on what can be done further to help them perform better. Helping them perform better is THE key, but as obvious as it might seem, this happens... Continue Reading →