Deep smarts are the engine of any organization-as well as the essential value that individuals build over their careers. Distinct from I.Q., this type of expertise consists of practical wisdom: accumulated knowledge, know-how, and intuition gained through extensive experience. How do such smarts develop? And what happens when people with deep smarts leave a particular job-or the organization? Can any of their smarts be transferred? Should they be?
Video: Lawrence Lessig: Lecture at Rochester Institute of Technology
Lawrence Lessig discusses Network Neutrality, Free Culture, Google Print, Orphaned Works and other topics at the Rochester Institute of Technology. March 24, 2006. (1 hr 58 min)
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