Posted by: admin | 06/12/2011

Proactive Review

Proactive Review is a method of knowledge sharing, knowledge creation and knowledge implementation. The method is based on dialogue between the people who have completed a task together. A Proactive Review is a way of conducting a dialogue with a certain structure and a given time frame and it results in learning at three levels: the learning of the individual, the learning of the team as well as organisational learning.

David Gurteen, Director, Gurteen Knowledge
The Proactive Review is the one of simplest and most effective of all knowledge sharing tools.
It is a highly practical handbook that explains the review process in detail.
If you wish to help the people in your organisation to more effectively share their knowledge with each other then read this book. 

Wayne Watters, VP Organizational Development and head of the M&A Integration Program Management Office:
“The structured PR process – in which a facilitator guides the discussion – reveals information, challenges, and observations that otherwise may not have been explicitly understood or addressed during the actual integration process.

Ditte Kolbaek, Manager of Organisational Learning, Oracle EMEA (Europe, Middle East and Africa) has had this position since 2006, and she has developed and implemented the process of Proactive Reviews. She has worked professionally with learning for more than 25 years from various perspectives: teacher, coach, marketing director and facilitator. Ditte Kolbaek holds a Master degree in Information Technology and Learning (MIL), a bachelor degree in economics and marketing (HD) as well as in professional teaching. In 2004 Ditte Kolbaek was officially appointed as external examiner at two universities, Aalborg and Syddansk University.

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