To some people, the words knowledge, wisdom, and insight are synonyms, not fully understanding the significance of each. These words are not synonyms; however, they do have a close relationship with one another. One’s knowledge is an accumulation of facts and information that one gains through their education and experiences. It is a tool to be used either wisely or unwisely at the disposal of its owner; the more vast the collection of knowledge, the more powerful the tool. Any experience, recognition of a transpired event, understanding of a consequence, reading of a book, or even just a simple observation is an acquisition of knowledge. We are continuously gaining knowledge whether we intend to or not, but it is how one chooses to utilize and apply this knowledge where the aspect of wisdom comes in.
We weten dat Wikipedia groot is, maar we kunnen niet vatten hoe groot”, zegt Michael Mandiberg, kunstenaar uit New York. Om dat beter te kunnen vatten heeft hij de online encyclopedie dan maar helemaal uitgeprint. Mandiberg heeft er 25 dagen over gedaan om Wikipedia helemaal af te drukken en stelt een deel ervan tentoon in …
No one said this would be easy. Leadership” has historically referred to “industrial leadership” – the managerial styles and structures that served industrial firms well for a century. But the leadership of digital businesses in the post-industrial age is fundamentally different and is defined by five paradoxes. Understanding them can help digital leaders identify and develop the capabilities they will need to transform the firm from a traditional to fully digital enterprise.
There is no British Apple, Google or IBM. In fact, only one company on the FTSE 100 is a computer firm. The story of how that happened is more than a mere historical curiosity, but offers important lessons for how to foster technology and innovation.
From the latest issue of D-Lib Magazine. Title Linked Data URIs and Libraries: The Story So Far Authors Ioannis Papadakis Ionian University, Corfu, Greece Konstantinos Kyprianos Ionian University Michalis Stefanidakis Ionian University Source D-Lib Magazine May/June 2015...
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After Action Review Sluit ieder project af met een After Action Review (AAR). Dit is een eenvoudige en gestructureerde methode om projecten te evalueren. De methode komt uit het Amerikaanse leger en bestaat uit vier vragen: 1) Wat had er moeten gebeuren? 2) Wat is er werkelijk gebeurd? 3) Waarom waren er verschillen? en 4) Wat kunnen we van deze ervaring leren?
THE English have Silicon Fen and Silicon Roundabout, the Scots have Silicon Glen. Berlin boasts Silicon Allee, New York Silicon Alley. But the brain of the tech.world is the ecosystem in and around San Francisco. Silicon Valley’s entrepreneurs and innovators, technologists and moneymen are busy revolutionising nearly every aspect of the global economy.
The Berkman Center for Internet & Society at Harvard University today announced the fellows, faculty associates, and affiliates who will formally join its community in the 2015-2016 academic year, continuing a tradition of providing a home for some of the most incisive minds in law, technology, and social science, alongside path-breaking entrepreneurs and activists.
“We’re honored to bring together this exceptional group to engage in much-needed dialogues between technology and policy, and to support each other in the deep exploration of opportunities across emerging and developed economies,” said Berkman’s Executive Director Professor Urs Gasser.
About eight years ago, I had a profound professional awakening. In a moment of clarity, I realized that the world was changing far more rapidly than I had ever imagined. I recognized that the traditionally staid world of market research would be turned upside down by a series of cultural and technological currents that would permanently change the landscape and future of an industry.
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