Go with Your Cultural Grain - February 2010 KM Community Call



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This one-hour recording features Paul Armstrong, chief innovation officer at eNthusaProve, explaining why certain KM methods are successful in some organizations but falter in others. Armstrong's argument focuses on the Myers-Briggs Type Indicator assessment as a tool to determine which knowledge-sharing methods will work best for a particular person, group of employees, or organizational culture.

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