Jagdish B Acharya, Consultant, India I find 12manage a very different model of propagation of knowledge and wisdom. It is useful, refreshing, different and always giving something new.
A traditional pedagogic education has advantages as well as limitations. It can at best only reflect static body of knowledge (BOK) on subjects with some inputs from faculty based on personal experience.
Here at 12manage you have a subject wise Twitter, with lots of intelligent people willing to share their knowledge and experience, without expecting anything in return, just for the experience of sharing and propagating knowledge. It has inputs from many and is an evolving dynamic BOK from which, hopefully will emerge filtered wisdom for next generations to see and experience. This may help in triggering newer ideas, newer dimensions to issues and ultimately to newer insights to what happens around and why. Personally I am excited about it.
A Genuine World Forum of Ideas Jagdish B Acharya, India There are many ways to describe 12manage experience. I try some and others may add to unearth the multinational experience of 12manage:
- People's knowledge bank
- Boundaryless multidimensional sea of knowledge
- Ideas' Facebook
- Unrestrained positive ideas exchange
- Global brainstorming
And so on...
Continuous Learning Through Others Experiences Bill Boynton, USA I think the 12manage web site is a great place to visit for continuous learning,
There are so many different experiences via so many different cultures, that it is interesting to view and try and understand the various dynamics of communication for change.
Wonderful Management Knowledge Sharing Platform Priya Rathore, India 12manage is a great learning and knowledge sharing social network. The team which works at the website is doing a fantastic job by intimating and evaluating our performance with our contributions. Keep up the good job. There can be no better place of learning global corporate approaches, terms and values than 12manage.
Superb Knowledge Base for Management Srikumar Varma, India I find it great going through your forums, as there are a lot of very interesting and challenging topics. This is even more so when the members interact so freely from all over the world over ideas and additional actions, based upon the excellent summaries of management approaches. Reading all of these opinions has a charm of its own.
It surely is a different way of approaching management problems for managers, academia, professionals and entrepreneurs.
The Challenging of the New World Management Ronald Dorce, U. S. A I think knowledge is challenging, at 12manage, there is a learning opportunity to renew your skills, and understand better the challenge of the global leadership style, the culture changing, thereby gaining more insights in broader perspectives. That forum of discussion enables us to be more effective with the new world management(out of the box) with the emerging of new solutions of the management issues, critical thinking in a corporate world. It is again a tremendous opportunity to everyone to test your ability, and gain greater learning.
Avoid Getting Obsolete Bayissa Milkessa, Ethiopia Unless we constantly search on 12manage, we may find ourselves in an obsolete environment in which we are no longer fit for anything. Things are now more dynamic than ever.
As result, nothing waits for us. So all professionals and practitioners must use 12manage to update their understanding with ever-changing management concepts, to get rid of the sickness of obsolescence.
12manage - a Great Resource Dolva, Australia A fantastic resource with ideas, thinking and trending opinions that is well organised. I can always find new ideas and tools to keep getting better at what I do.
Info at all levels makes it also a great teaching tool - and I use and refer to it.
12manage Intellectually Stimulating john stahley, USA I do like the site. I have shared it with others... To date, I have only scratched the surface of what is present. I do find the topics raised to be intellectually stimulating, however, I sometimes find the responses to be clinical, not the result of real world application. Then again, I'm an old manager who is trying to put away his base ball bat and find new ways to get things done...