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From an individual perspective, the individual has to shift from an “acquisition mode” (of thinking in terms of acquiring some skills, acquiring a job, acquiring some degree, acquiring money, etc.) to “becoming”.

When you are “acquiring” you remain at the level of transaction and money in a job. But when you “become” you will become […]

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In most systems people take a “skill” and at the most an “attitude” view of things. This is what the current notion of competence is. The most common model in use is K-S-A (Knowledge-Skill-Attitude).

However, human systems really succeed when they have outstanding “practitioners”. This is what is called “professionals”; i.e., someone who has learnt a […]

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