Lis Merrick In the latest in a series of columns dedicated to mentoring, we look at intellectual capital. This issue: how mentoring can spearhead knowledge management in your organisation Strategic mentoring can harness the power of your staff’s tacit knowledge and enhance productivity The knowledge and skills of a workforce (its intellectual capital) are an organisation’s most valuable asset. Knowledge can be explicit or implicit (possessed by highly skilled individuals or ‘master’ performers, who may or may not be able to articulate what is behind their expertise). However, there is a third kind of knowledge that cannot be articulated – […]

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