CD/DVD Exchange On General & Management Topics - CiteHR
Dinesh Divekar
Business Mentor, Consultant And Trainer
Nashbramhall
Learning & Teaching Fellow (retired)
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Dear All,
It is indeed nice that some members ar keen to share the collections.
All the members must come forward to have some exchange mechanism in sending the CD/DVD
The efforts of Mr Peer is laudable and what a terrific person doing yoeman service.We need to inculcate his habit.
While each one have their own collection, knowledge spreads and the individuals treasure trove will expand by many folds.
Members are requested to reciprocate and send their views
Any member coming forward , I am prepared and can be approached . Asolutely free service/reciprocation basis
Cheers
Srinivas

Dear Srinivas,

This forum has lot of knowledge and one need not search anywhere. Therefore, where is the question of sharing?

What is the use of knowledge if it is not implemented? At this stage what members of this forum should be doing is not just accumulating the knowledge but use it their workplace and share the experience of their implementation. While implementing, we commit lot of mistakes and this is what is called real "experience". Unfortunately, in India "experience" means length of service spent in certain function (like HR, Marketing, Purchase etc)

An ounce of implementation is better than pound of accumulation. Unfortunately very few members understand this. Leadership lies in execution and showing to the world the change that was brought in its wake. Unfortunately for HR professionals, leadership means store keeping of the knowledge. For the very reason, we find very few HR professionals becoming CEOs.

My views may sound like maverick. These are against the grain of general perception of majority of this forum. But then I cannot stop from pulling punches. Hence these views.

Dinesh V Divekar


I am not sure what this thread is about. I think Srinivas may be referring to the discussions going on about sharing collection of ebooks in another thread, where I and others have questioned the ethics of sharing copyrighted material either for free by posting here or, worse still, in return for a fee to cover expenses by producing CDs.
It is possible that there are ebooks that can be shared for free.
Dinesh Divekar has a valid point. mere accumulation of knowledge is not enough. For example, I have a collection of hard copies on Research Methodology and Strategic Management. The books by themselves or just reading them will not be of much use, unless I can apply them in practice and learn from my mistakes.

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