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Communities of practice – the right brain of the organisation?

Posted by  Mark Schenk —January 5, 2006
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Happy New Year to everyone from the team at Anecdote.  We hope you are returning fresh and fully charged to take on 2006… I have been thinking about a metaphor that describes communities of practice as ‘the right brain of the organisation’.  As we know, the right and left brains are described as performing different […]

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New words are new worlds

Posted by  Shawn Callahan —January 1, 2006
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I’ve just arrived home from a week at Jervis Bay—stayed with my folks. My family and I spent lots of time on the beach and reading books. I was kept entertained by Melvyn Bragg’s The Adventure of English which, among other things, got me thinking about how to keep abreast of new developments. Rather than trawling through bit-oceans […]

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