[German title: The Source for KM Professionals, 1/2007 (Translate text to: Deutsch)]
The Source for KM Professionals, January 2007
“That’s not invented here!”
By Alex Manchester, Editor
Welcome to The Source for KM Professionals, January 2007.
A phrase I’m sure you’re all familiar with in your day-to-day work is that of “not invented here” (NIH). This is when you have a solution to a problem, be it from another division of the organization or external to it, but your “experts” reject the idea as not applicable, because their problem is completely different to the one previously solved.
In this issue, KM Review editorial board member Victor Newman presents several classic knee-jerk symptoms to look out for, together with three potential solutions to consider.
Alex Manchester, Editor
Read the article:
By Victor Newman, Knowledgeworks
Adapted from The pyschology of managing for innovation, by Victor Newman, in the January/February 2007 issue of.
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