HOW TO THINK LIKE A KNOWLEDGE WORKERA guide to the mindset needed to perform competentknowledge work.
William P. Sheridan
Thinking involves the separation of relevant information fromirrelevant information. Knowledge consists of concepts that areavailable to process information and guide action. So, thinkingrequires knowledge. The Human Knowledge MindMap presentedherein will give you that knowledge – the thinking is up to you!
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HOW TO THINK LIKE A KNOWLEDGE WORKER
A guide to the mindset needed to performcompetent knowledge work William Patterson SheridanAdvisor on Knowledge ManagementInformetrica LimitedOttawa, Ontario, CanadaThe United Nations Public Administration Network Two UN Plaza, Room DC2-1756New York, NY 10017, USAPrinted and bound in Ottawa, Canada