By

William LaGanza
Accessing information online is only the beginning. When you find an article or video online, you do not have knowledge yet; you have information that has counted as knowledge for someone else in their particular context. What is important is how you interact with the information you find to construct knowledge that is relevant to...
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Professional User’s Scenario The Product Development Manager from a large textiles company in Los Angeles wants to develop a sports fabric for a special purpose. He is ambitious and wants to create an excellent new product that will be a reference in the market. He is jealous of his and his company’s reputation as a...
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Background The idea of Briiij came from Bill’s PhD thesis in autonomy and learning; particularly, the importance of discussing a variety of perspectives to inform the development of useful knowledge. Bill’s work with John in accompanying organizations in developing innovative solutions to business challenges showed that well-founded knowledge was essential to producing solutions that could...
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The knowledge paradox is as follows: We think we are getting smarter; but we are getting more ignorant. Knowledge is insight that is underpinned by well-founded information; we are not getting this from search engines. The modern world is based on information from Google’s first ten hits. Perhaps the academic paper that is number 31...
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Do you search for relevant information online and then put it together in order to find an answer to your specific issue? How useful is the answer that results? Two questions to consider: If you are not an expert on this particular topic, how can you appreciate the scope of the information you should look...
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