Tom Davenport on Personal Knowledge Management

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Says TD: "Most interventions to improve performance in business are at the organizational or process level, but it doesn’t have to be that way. We can also improve individual capabilities. Ultimately, knowledge worker performance comes down to the behaviors of individual knowledge workers. If we improve their individual abilities to create, acquire, process and use knowledge, we are likely to improve the performance of the processes they work on, and the organizations they work for."

Right on! Read this insightful post on Tom Davenport's blog- BabsonKnowledge.org.

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