Davidoff discussed the need to understand dynamic knowledge, or knowledge in action. This is the knowledge that people harness in doing their jobs, but it is generally not articulated well. Gueron responded that dynamic knowledge comes from a different conceptual base for innovation and leadership than static knowledge.

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