No More Consultants: We Know More Than We Think
This book provides you with the tools to tap into the capabilities that already exist in your organization, but are as yet inaccessible. The book shows you how to make maximum use and accessibility of existing knowledge by implementing a successful tool, The River Diagram. This tool will help reveal your organization's strengths and weaknesses, which will aid you in resolving an internal problem. Illustrated using an exciting range of case studies including BP, Oracle, UNAIDS, and others, this book will guide you towards saving both time and money.
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Chapter 6Creating the River
Learning from Experience
Improving and Sustaining
Appendix B Learning and Development Self Assessment Framework
Creating a River Diagram with Excel
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