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Re: [scrumdevelopment] Nonaka and Takeuchi at Amazon

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      > Arrr, that's two book suggestions in one day. Clarke Ching showed me
      > this one: 'The New Lean Toolbox' by John Bicheno. Excellent collection
      > of tools and practices that can be used in a broad range of
      > situations.
      >
      > When does my head get a broadband interface?
      >
      > --Hubert
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      > On Sun, 21 Nov 2004 10:38:49 -0500, Deborah Hartmann
      > wrote:
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      > > FYI: For fans of Nonaka and Takeuchi (the original Scrummers), here is a
      > > book I stumbled upon
      > > Hitotsubashi on Knowledge Management
      > > by Hirotaka Takeuchi, Ikujiro Nonaka
      > > http://tinyurl.com/6efhz
      > >
      > > "We are living in very turbulent times and in a very complex world today.
      > > The more turbulent the times, the more complex the world, the more paradoxes
      > > there are. One of the main reasons that companies fail today is their
      > > tendency to kill paradoxes by sticking to old routines. Knowledge is the key
      > > to success in a world where only the paranoid survive. Since knowledge
      > > becomes obsolete as soon as it is created, new knowledge has to be created
      > > constantly and ubiquitously."
      > >
      > > "Written by leading professors at Tokyos Hitotsubashi University Graduate
      > > School of International Corporate Strategy, this book is a bold attempt to
      > > re-think management from a knowledge perspective. How should we think about
      > > strategy, organization, branding, global competition, or IT from the point
      > > of view of knowledge? ..."
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