Knowledge and Learning In The News - 6/12/2005

Joining the knowledge economy Any visitor to Egypt cannot fail to be impressed by the speed and efficiency with which tickets are issued for the train between Cairo and Alexandria. he railway infrastructure is a different matter. Want to Win? Here's Some Practical Advice from Jack Welch Distinctions between leadership and managing are "academic hogwash." Wikipedia, Authority, and Astroturf Since the threshold for exclusion from the Wikipedia is so low, there is almost no value in thinking "Hey, it's got a Wikipedia article - must be serious." Alternatives for Measuring Learning Success In the beginning, Donald Kirkpatrick set forth a four-level approach to the evaluation of training. Going for Broke Apple's Decision to Use Intel Processors Is Nothing Less Than an Attempt to Dethrone Microsoft. Really.

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