February 28, 2012

RDM–believe or not new knowledge coming from people before to prove it.

Being on lectures yesterday I found the fact of how I have been spreading and putting in practice some experience from several people which I had in the past. The different thing for me was when Jeff said, even though these experience are coming from people who has a good academic background or have been handling the same procedure for long time, you need to be aware at the beginning avoid to believe all information. Why??? As I understood we have to consider that everything has to be proved because for instance you do not know whether or not, even thought this is the only knowledge so far be implemented, there are the possibility that it has made in a wrong way. Well, it did make sense for me, however knowing this, I would like to read more about it and decide afterwards how to react of this way of management of knowledge.


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