Author: Dale Cope

Born and raised in Alaska, Dale has 25 years of experience working in K-12 education in Washington and Alaska as a teacher, high school principal, district administrator, and consultant. Her skills include grant and technical writing, mentoring and coaching, and professional development. Dale's experience in business includes work for Weyerhaeuser Company, Central Bank of Denver, Landmark Escrow in Honolulu, and Alaska Title Guaranty Company. Dale has a Ph. D. in Educational Leadership and Business Administration from the University of Alaska, Fairbanks and holds an M. Ed. in Curriculum Development from the University of Puget Sound. Her B.S. degree is in Foods and Nutrition, and Communications, earned at Oregon State University.

A Tacit Knowledge Pipeline

Knowledge Transfer Station

“How can an organization transfer knowledge effectively? The short answer is: hire smart people and let them talk to one another.” — p. 88, Working Knowledge, by Thomas Davenport and Laurence Prusak, 2000 Not long ago I was at a…