Make Yourself an Expert

CFA Digest
November 2013 | Vol. 43 | No. 4
Source: CFA Institute
Dorothy Leonard Gavin Barton Michelle Barton
Keith Joseph MacIsaac, CFA (Reviewer)

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Summary

Companies are highly dependent on, as well as vulnerable to, employees who possess “deep smarts,” or accumulated wisdom. The authors use this term to describe key employees who, through years of experience, have developed business-critical knowledge that enables them to make timely, astute decisions regarding strategy and tactics. They explain what deep smarts are and, more importantly, how employees can acquire them.



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