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January 06, 2009


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John Craske

I've long believed that know-who is as important as know-how.

Rather than trying to codify and tag everything its more important to capture who has done what before so you can speak to the right person and ask the right questions at the right time.

As you say, technology can help you do that, but its not going to have the conversation for you!


Amazable post.That’s really neat. Did you see this one?

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