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Leonard and Swap describe methods companies and individuals can use to cultivate and share the most useful kind of expertise.
Managers are better prepared to become better leaders and to create the means for developing future leaders once they understand and role of `deep smarts.'
They could manage through scarcity and still identify good opportunitiesat least they had a better shot at it than the novice managers.
As the inventor of the Scrum process I have worked with thousands of teams for over 20 years implementing the knowledge generation cycle observed by Professors Takeuchi and Nonaka... Read morePublished 1 day ago by Jeff Sutherland
"Deep Smarts" is a very special book. In it, authors Dorothy Leonard and Walter Swap show the importance of `deep smarts' to life and creativity, how to build `deep smarts'... Read morePublished 12 months ago by Thomas M. Loarie
This book uses great examples to explain the value of different levels of smarts. In the ancient hunting and gathering age, it's almost impossible for a hunter to get 1000 times of... Read morePublished on April 17, 2006 by Hung-da Lin
This book is in the area of Knowledge Management. Similar to many other business books, it is based on empirical research performed by the authors. Read morePublished on December 6, 2005 by Soda
In Deep Smarts, the authors demonstrate a brilliant capacity for translating complex concepts into practical ideas for managers. Read morePublished on May 2, 2005 by Michael D. Kull, Ph.D.
If you're interested in how people gain expertise, and how they can communicate it to others, read "Deep Smarts. Read morePublished on May 1, 2005 by Thomas D. Sullivan
For my money, Deep Smarts is an absolutely brilliant book! I can't thank the writers enough, and I've been a "personal coach" for more than forty years--long before the idiom... Read morePublished on April 28, 2005 by Dan Erwin