The Big Think

Aha! shows you how to learn to be the person you aspire to be.

You’ll be acquiring mountains of so-called tacit knowledge. That’s the unspeakable stuff you pick up in part through osmosis as you work with your colleagues. Tacit knowledge has been described as “know-how” as opposed to “know-that” (facts). Philosopher Michael Polyani says it comes about because we know more than we can tell.

The Aha! approach starts with self assessment and goal setting, Reflection. Think long term with that Plog. (Probably beef up the structure there.)

The key to acquiring tacit knowledge is experience. Without some form of shared experience, it is extremely difficult for people to share each other’s thinking processes[7]



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