Tuesday, January 11, 2005

The Knowledge Coach
Good article on the value of coaches in knowledge transfer.
"When e-business burst on the scene, GE's CEO Jack Welch was impressed by the strategy adopted by the CEO of GE's Global Consumer Finance (GCF) division, who realized he was not up to speed in e-business. The CEO identified the brightest person under thirty in GCF and asked him to be his mentor. When Welch returned to the United States, within forty-eight hours he spread the word: All managers were to identify someone who could serve as an e-business mentor. According to Welch, the youngest and brightest would now teach the oldest."

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