Knowledge and Learning In The News - 9/10/2005

Incomplete tasks and the Zeigarnik Effect - 43 Folders The Zeigarnik effect states that people remember uncompleted or interrupted tasks better than completed ones. Are Employee of the Month awards a good idea? - CRM News If you don't have an EOM program, don't start one. Critical Thinking for Managers: A Manifesto by Crystal King A how-to think critically guide. With many choices in today’s world, managers need to be able to think critically and encourage their employees to do the same. While this manifesto specifically targets managers, it can help anyone become a more proficient critical thinker. Building a future based on knowledge - The Buffalo News "I think colleges and universities are the most important asset a region can have in terms of developing the economy," said James J. Allen, executive director of the Amherst Industrial Development Agency Making knowledge - by Denham Grey There are basic conditions and special practices that help with knowledge formation and utility vetting. Everyone's a Reporter - Wired Magazine The lowdown on the new proletariat press. American workers: Lazy or creative? - c/net The overworked American appears to be fighting back, and Bill Coleman is watching closely.

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