Storytelling is a Personalization and Socialization Tool for Knowledge Management

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Meisam ghasemnezhad
Student (University), Iran
I believe that stories as a tool can be helpful for personalizing and socializing knowledge in organizations and in their business processes. For example, if personnel have a passive character in their jobs environment, by stories we can ignite and motivate them. In turn, motivated personnel cultivates an assertive character in our business, so that a dynamical environment in business is created and maintained which is self-controled, self-aware and developmental. (...) Read more? Sign up for free

 

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