Tacit KnowledgePractical know-how that one acquires informally on the job or in everyday situations rather than
through formalinstruction, which is often difficult to put into words or convey to others.
An element of a short-term plan of action usually directed toward a specific goal.Talent A natural
inclination or proficiency for performing a particular activity. TeachTo develop
awareness through instruction, example or experience. Team A group of
interacting individuals sharing a common goal and the responsibility for achieving it.
group of people who are empowered to manage themselves and the work they do and who are usuallyresponsible for
the design and performance of an entire process, product, or service. Also know as self-directed teams.
Technique A particular manner or style of doing something. A method.Technology The application
of scientific or other organized knowledge such as a tool, technique or process to practical tasks.Theory
X ManagementA theory
of management that maintains that people inherently dislike work and will avoid it whenever possible.
Theory X managers feel that they themselves want to lead and take responsibility
but the majority of workers wantto avoid such responsibility
and prefer to be led by others. Theory
Y ManagementA theory
of management that maintains that workers will usually willingly accept responsibility for getting work done
as personal needs as well as organizational goals can be satisfied.ThinkingAn deliberate
or spontaneous mental reasoning process involving the assimilation, integration and evaluation ofavailable
data, information and knowledge within the context of one's prevailing attitudes.Thinking (Critical) A disciplined
process of actively and skillfully conceptualizing, analyzing, synthesizing, and evaluating
informationby employing logic and intellectual criteria such as clarity, credibility, accuracy, precision, relevance, depth, breadth, significance
and fairness to make good judgments.
A learning initiative usually involving a formalized curriculum and a structured learning environment that can be applied
to an unlimited range
of disciplines to prepare individuals to effectively carry out specific roles and responsibilities.
The application of knowledge and skills learned in one context to a another context. In practical terms it
refers to how much of what is learned in training transfers to the job. It is measured in terms of positive,
negative or zero transfer. Also known as learning transfer.
A style of coachingin which a coach and client participate in a voluntary interaction
aimed at helping the client achieve