Information vs Knowledge Worker

Posted by: Rob Howards Blog, on 29 Oct 2008 | View original | Bookmarked: 0 time(s)

I've spent the past couple of days in Redmond, WA at Microsoft's Enterprise Partner Summit. A term Microsoft uses just about everywhere is "Information Worker". They have entire business units formed around "IW". This nomenclature is inaccurate, in my opinion, in describing the customer or people that it is being applied to. Information these days is everywhere, is useless by itself, and has only minimal value. It's only when you can apply organization and intelligence to the information thereby...

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