Earlier on today I bumped into an article that made me wonder, once again, about when are we going to stop talking around the topic of multiple generations at work and the generational divide itself, as one of the arguments that’s going to change the workplace for good in the[…]
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“Knowledge Is Power” or Is It “Knowledge Shared Is Power”? – Preparing the Way for the Baby Boomer Generation
Earlier on today Dennis McDonald pointed me to a recent weblog post he created around the subject of An Insurance Company CIO Talks About the "Baby Boomer IT Brain Drain" where he is actually discussing the growing problem that most IT companies will be facing over the next few months[…]
If you have been reading this blog for a while now you would know how, all along, I haven’t been very much in favour about supporting the argument of the digital / generations divide or the distinction of various different generations at work, whether baby boomers, Gen-Xers, Gen-Yers or whatever[…]
If you have been reading this blog for a little while now, you may remember how there have been numerous ocassions where I have discussed how I am one of those folks who doesn’t really buy into both the whole generations or digital divide arguments. Gen-Yers, Gen-Xers, Baby Boomers, etc.[…]
Can video make a difference in Knowledge Transfer? That’s one of the recent thought provoking questions that one of my favourite KM bloggers, Nick Milton, developed further in a lovely blog post he put together out there, sharing the story of a recent article in the New Scientist magazine about a[…]
What an exciting 10 days it’s been so far! Absolutely wonderful! Rather difficult to forget and still musing about them, even if that meant that I would not be getting more than an average of 4 to 5 hours of sleep every single day, except for this past weekend that[…]