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Friday, March 19, 2004

The cost of not knowing Via Dave Pollard

Dave Pollard's fascinating piece this week about the cost of knowledgeUsing an Ernst & Young project as a base, Pollard explores the different kinds of knowledge organizations possess -- and what should be done to make their systems less complex and look simple. Imagine your company and team- How is content classified for high quality and value? Which content is used most often? Least often? Pollard offers a handy chart to identify what knowledge should be kept -- and should be phased out. I first read about this post in Fastcompany.
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