Conservation as a core process

Brown, Juanita; Isaacs, David
August 1997
Executive Excellence;Aug97, Vol. 14 Issue 8, p17
Discusses how companies are using learning conversations as a core process for the creation of business value. Strategic planning; Creation of comfortable areas for meetings; Technologies of collaboration; Ways to make conversations productive and useful.


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