April 23, 2013

how to develop wisdom

in order to answer this question, we need to know what is wisdom.

after i read some journals, i think, wisdom in a company is using people's experience and knowlege to help compay achieving the mission or goal.

in a learning organization, developing wisdom people is necessary. Becasue after knowlesge sharing, the working performace of the employees would be improved dramaticly.

after i read the journal, i knew there are 4 stages of wisdom development.

at the first stage, people do not know their potential ability and they do not know they could be wisdom. majority of people are at these stage.

at the second stage, people start the realize they might be wisdom after training.

at the third stage, people like to involve into the wisdom development. because they have confidence to be the wisdom people at this stage.

and finally, they become wisdom.

for a company, they need to investigate the potential wisdom employees among the company and do traing on them to help them going through these four stages in a short time.

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