Sharing professional knowledge and experiences through storytelling is a common activity among knowledge professionals. This article explores lessons learned from an evolving role.
The author discusses a more formal or structured use of biography as a teaching and learning approach, as an individual learning methodology, as a powerful way of promoting the role’s value to organisations and potentially part of a professional educational curriculum. for knowledge brokers.
The article comprises proposals to structure personal experiences and insights into biography, in formal and informal learning scenarios.
The central question, “Can knowledge brokering be learned through biography?”, is posed to stimulate dialogue, which underlies the essence of brokering knowledge.
|Keywords:||Knowledge Brokering, Storytelling, Narratives, Professional Knowledge, Biography, Auto-Ethnography, Workplace Learning and Teaching|
Knowledge Broker/Knowledge Manager, Centre for Innovation in Health Management, The University of Leeds, Leeds, West Yorkshire, UK
There are currently no reviews of this product.Write a Review