April 28, 2012

Being Knowledgeable.

It seems even after reading and covering a substantial range of study on the knowledge and asset management topic, i can say i have gathered quite a bit of information but it doesn't make me knowledgeable on this subject in the tiniest bit. This is because i am unable to manage all the information i have stumbled across to create a proper understanding for my self. It just points out the fact for me that being knowledgeable is not necessarily about acquiring information. The ability to understand and apply the information i have gained rather is the most important thing.

The saying - information isn't knowledge makes more sense to me than ever before.


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  1. Daniella Abena Badu

    knowledge goes beyond acquiring information, I believe having a good understanding of the information acquired and then being able to apply that information to a live situation is when one can say they have knowledge in that particular subject/area.

    30 Apr 2012, 23:32


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