How apprenticeships bridge the knowing-doing gap

Despite well-meaning intent why do a majority of skills training fail to produce the expected results? It is well documented that our inability to translate knowledge into action may be coming in our way in building an effective workforce.

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2006

In the highly acclaimed Harvard Business School Press book, The Knowing-Doing Gap: How Smart Companies Turn Knowledge into Action, authors Jeffrey Pfeffer and Robert Sutton argue that the knowledge gap in itself is not the full picture. It is the incapacity to turn knowledge into action that potentially becomes the biggest roadblock to higher performance…Read more

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