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Sunday, February 26, 2006

John Seeley Brown

John writes on the intro to his section on Creating a Culture of Learning
Organizational learning and knowledge sharing have held out great promises, but have failed to deliver the goodies. Why? And what can be done about it? I claim a lot. But first we must understand how learning and creativity actually happen inside an organization, how IT can support them (which it doesn't today), and in general how and why knowledge both sticks within an a community of practice, but seems to readily leak out along the pathways of external networks of practice. Coming from PARC ,you can imagine I have had a lot time to reflect on this problem.
Note: This is not a blog but it is chock full of good information. Plan on spending sometime here.
Thanks to Kathy Sierra at Creating Passionate Users for the link.
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