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Stack New Knowledge On Top Of Prior Knowledge

Stack New Knowledge On Top Of Prior Knowledge

Another way to bypass the effects of the forgetting curve in employee education is to build learning experiences. For example, an employee would need to be able to demonstrate and apply specific behaviors before learning something else. This type of information “stacking” creates a strong foundation and avoids learning loss. Over time, the lower levels of the “stack” become more and more ingrained.

To ensure that you’re stacking knowledge efficiently, request feedback from your team members. You can always fix something that’s not working.

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