Monthly Archives: July 2012

Sharing implicit knowledge by writing, reading and reflecting

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Harold Jarche (@hjarche), co-author of The Working Smarter Fieldbook, have written a post with the title Communities of practice enable the integration of work and learning. His thoughts on how communities of practice is the core integrator for work and learning is clear and well substantiated. I don’t disagree with anything concerning his conclusions (they’re in fact real eye-openers so I do recommend his post!) but I’d like to share my view on the topic of implicit knowledge. I’m a bit of a nit-pick in consideration to some subjects and sharing of knowledge and implicit/explicit knowledge are example of some of these! Continue reading