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Executive Summary Organizations today need to go beyond finding ways to more efficiently share existing knowledge. In a world that's less predictable, they need to figure out how to create new knowledge. To do so, managers should understand five essential distinctions: explicit versus tacit knowledge; learning versus performance improvement; individuals versus workgroups and networks; skills versus capabilities; and learning versus unlearning.
Help Employees Create Knowledge - Not Just Share It 
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Help Employees Create Knowledge - Not Just Share It 
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Executive Summary Organizations today need to go beyond finding ways to more efficiently share existing knowledge. In a world that's less predictable, they need to figure out how to create new knowledge. To do so, managers should understand five essential distinctions: explicit versus tacit knowledge; learning versus performance improvement; individuals versus workgroups and networks; skills versus capabilities; and learning versus unlearning.
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