GIST: the main or essential part of a matter. Essence, point, substance, kernel.
GISTER: One who gets the gist of a subject matter and knows enough to be dangerous with that subject in conversation or
writing. One with proven gisting abilities. A gister can participate in conversations with subject experts without
getting lost along the way.
ISM: a distinctive doctrine, theory, system, or practice
Gistrism is a collabrative tool used to record and retreive important organisational insights and lessons learned and thus
prevent loss of important organisational knowledge. It allows you to create a repository of effective insights which helps you prevent
reinvention of the wheel and save time. Gisterism dramatically increases recycling and
distribution of important orgaisational knowledge thus considerably improving priductivity across your organisation.