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What leadership lessons are implied in the following passage from the book, Imagin-i-zation, and how could the passage relate to organizations and leaders?

"Knowledge as objective or literal truth places too much emphasis on the object of knowledge and not enough on the paradigms, perspectives, assumptions, language games and frames of reference of the observer."

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The main leadership lesson that is implied in the following passage is that knowledge is not something that can be learned entirely from books or in other words, it is not an "objective truth" or known thing that can be learned from published knowledge or established facts but is the result of an interpretive process. Rather than focusing too much on establish facts, one should try to gain or develop knowledge via conversation, interaction, dialogue with people with different ...

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What leadership lessons are implied in the following passage from the book, Imagin-i-zation, and how could the passage relate to organizations and leaders?

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