Communicating Bridging Epistemologies to Superiors

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Communicating Bridging Epistemologies to Superiors
Christopher January, Manager, United States

This information is very insightful and should be used in everyday life. We all should find a way to communicate this to our superiors without being insubordinate. I know I am!

Epistemology is a Verb
Tom Wilson, HR Consultant, United States
I find this subject confusing. It makes sense in an ideological context, such as a courtroom or a heavily political correctness organizational culture, which I infer is the case from your comment that "bridging epistemology" provides "a means for communicating without being insubordinate", or an Ayn Rand lecture, but it fails to thrive in a tactical context where action defines performance, such as during the normal operational dynamics of the apprentice in the bakery.
I would appreciate it if you could expand on the subject for me. Epistemology is not plural.



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