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Rookie Smarts - Why Learning Beats Knowing in the New Game of Work by Liz Wiseman

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APPENDIX C: LEARNING EXPERIMENTS

The following is the complete list of experiments and learning strategies (found in each chapter) that you can use to develop rookie smarts. Additional details to help you implement these experiments can be found in the enhanced ebook or as part of the Wiseman Group workshops, which you can learn more about at www.theWisemanGroup.com.

BACKPACKER

   1.  Ask Naïve Questions—Ask the basic questions that simplify and clarify. Consult with the stakeholders for your work and only ask questions. Ask the questions that cut to the core and reveal the fundamental objectives or needs. Ask the questions that a newcomer would ask. Or even better yet, ask a novice to define the questions for you.

   2.  Wipe the Slate—Get a ...

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