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How often do we use the terms skills and knowledge interchangeably and/or erroneously? Knowledge is information acquired through our experiences and the use of various sensory inputs. These include reading, watching, listening, touching, smelling. Knowledge refers to degree of familiarity … Continue reading
When exploring the possibility of building a repository of business knowledge it is worth understanding that knowledge presents itself in many different forms and should consequently have different treatments and perhaps different values associated to it. It is generally understood … Continue reading
Having all of the available facts does not automatically mean that you understand all. Facts by themselves can and frequently are interpreted in multiple ways dependent on the world view or paradigm that the perceiver works within. Demonstrable in the … Continue reading
Knowledge is rarely if ever an absolute and should be continuously tested against the current reality. New information received can and does alter the perception of what has been held as truth. A person residing in the Middle Ages had … Continue reading