Mentoring: applied wisdom

In the latest in a series of columns dedicated to mentoring, we look at how to use mentoring for ‘knowledge productivity’ in your organisation. This issue: filling the gap by Lis Merrick Mentoring can put your employees’ learning and the company’s goals on the same path An organisation’s knowledge walks out of the door every evening – and it might never come back. How do you store and retain knowledge?  Does the organisation have a central knowledge base or a lessons learned process?  Or does it rely on individuals and the tacit knowledge that is retained in their memories? ...

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