knowingwheretoputthex

Knowing Where to Put the “X”

There is a story floating around out there about a retired mechanical engineer whose knowledge base was unrivaled. He could fix anything mechanical. He knew his trade better than anyone. He also knew that time does not equal expertise. Repeat: Time does not equal expertise. After a decades-long career with his employer, he phased out

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The COST of Knowledge

The COST of Knowledge

Knowledge comes in different forms in the workplace. On some level, it doesn’t matter how long you’ve been in the workforce or with a specific employer. An intern might have more knowledge of a certain practice or network or platform than a CEO. We know this implicitly. This is why we hire them. On another

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